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71. Increase Sumner^ Withington (Phinehas,^ Samuel,^ Samuel,^ 
John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Roxbury (Jamaica Plain) 
12 Aug. 1799, died in Boston 22 Dec. 1867. He married in 
Boston, 3 Oct. 1825, Sarah Wiswell Manning of Boston, 
born 5 Mar. 1801, died at West Newton 18 June 1875, 
daughter of George and Ann (Wiswell). 

Children : 
i. Caroline Chandler.s b. 19 Oct. 1826; d. 5 Dec. 1829. 
ii. Ann Eliza, b. 1 Jan. 1829; m. in Boston, 28 Oct. 1851, John Perrt 
Eager of Shrewsbury, b. 3 Jan. 1826, s. of Nahum and Eliza- 
beth (Nelson). Children: 1. Edwards Nelson, b. 20 June 1853. 
2. Florence Withington, b. 7 Oct. 1855; d. 20 July 1863. 3. Win- 
chester Ward, b. 21 Dec. 1857. 4. Elizabeth Adaline, b. 15 
Aug. 1860. 5. Anna Francis, b. 2 Mar. 1862. 6. Mabel, b. 
. 18 Nov. 1863; d. 4 Sept. 1866. 7. Gertrude, b. 19 Apr. 1868. 8. 
Sumner Withington, b. 29 Apr. 1870. 9. Ruth Isabel, b. 9 July 
1872. 
iii. George Sumner, b. 8 Mar. 1831; d. umn. 15 Nov. 1860. 

120. iv. Charles Henry, b. 15 Jan. 1834. 

V. Sarah Caroline, b. 11 Apr. 1836; d. s.p. at West Newton 4 Apr. 
1859; m. at West Newton, 15 Nov. 1858, Abner R. Campbell 
of Boston. 

vi. Samuel Stearns, b. 27 Feb. 1839; unm. 

vii. Josephine, b. 25 Oct. 1841; d. at Newton Highlands 10 Feb. 1878; 
m. at West Newton, 17 May 1865, Frederic W. Manson of 
Cambridge, b. in Boston 2 Apr. 1839, s. of Frederic Hurlbut 
and Mary Ann (Rumrill). He m. (2) 19 Oct. 1881 Sarah Ellen 
Crafts, b. at Newton 20 Sept. 1851, dau. of Amasa and Sarah 
Rebecca (Paul), by whom he had no issue. Children: I. Lillian 
Josephine, b. 8 Oct. 1866; m. Cyrus W. Scott. 2. Frederic 
Irving, b. 15 Aug. 1868; d. 30 May 1873. 3. Kate Withington, 
b. 15 Nov. 1870. 4. Mabel (or Edith), b. 9 Aug 1875. 

72. Charles^ Withington (Phinehas,^ Samuel,^ Samuel*' John,* 

Richard,^ Henry^), born at Roxbury (Jamaica Plain) 31 Jan. 
1804, died at Kingston, N. J., 19 July 1834. He married at 
North Falmouth, 3 Jan. 1828, Rhoda Fish of Fahnouth, 
born 26 Nov. 1802, daughter of Theophilus and Sarah 
(Gifford). She married secondly, 3 Jan. 1861, Warren 
Crowell of North Falmouth, by whom she had no issue. 
Children: 

121. i. Sumner Andrew, « b. at Needham (Wellesley) 16 Oct. 1828. 

ii. Maria, b. at Needham (Wellesley) 23 Nov. 1829; d. at Falmouth 
10 Sept. 1875; m. 2 May 1855 Capt. Benjamin Franklin 
Jones of Falmouth, whaler. Children: 1. George W., b. 23 
Mar. 1857. 2. Kate F., b. 31 Aug. 1862. 

iii. Sarah Ann, b. at Needham (Wellesley) 13 Apr. 1831; d. at Kings- 
ton, N. J., 3 Sept. 1833. 

122. iv. Charles Phineas, b. at Kngston, N. J., 7 Dec. 1832. 

73. Otis^ Withington (Enos,^ Samuel,^ Samuel,^ John,^ Richard,^ 

Henry^), born at Brookline 30 Aug. 1801, died there 5 Mar. 
1873. He married first, 27 Nov. 1828, Sarah Ann Clap, 
born at Roxbury 24 June 1800, died at Brookhne 23 Nov. 1839, 
daughter of John and Susannah (Robinson); secondly, 
19 Aug. 1840, Lucy Clap, born at Roxbury 19 July 1804, 
died at Brookhne 25 July 1846, daughter of John and 
Priscilla (Holden) and half sister of his first wife; and thirdly, 



252 Descendants of Henry Withingion [Oct. 

10 Dec. 1846, Lucy Jenckes, born at Newport, N. H., 
29 July 1811, died in Boston 1 Jan. 1879. 

He was town clerk of Brookline, 1843-4. 

Children by first wife, born at Brookline: 

123. i. Edward Otis,* b. 3 Nov. 1829. 

ii. Mary Caroline, b. 30 Jan. 1831- d. s.p. at Cleveland, Ohio, 17 

June 1907; m. at Brookline, 3 June 1856, Joseph Miles Fob, 

b. in 1829, s. of David, 
iii. Sarah Jane, b. 21 May 1834; d. s.p. at Napoleon, Ohio, 8 Nov. 

1912: m. at Cleveland, Ohio, in June 1897, Thomas G. Clat. 
iv. John Clap, b. 12 Aug. 1835; d. s.p. at Everett 20 Jan. 1896; m. 

at Auburndale, 1 Oct. 1873, Mary S. Gorham of Eastport, Me,, 

who d. at Eastport about 1879. 
V. George Blagden, b. 7 Aug. 1838; d. unm. in Boston 23 May 

1876. 

Children by second wife, born at Brookline : 
vi. Lucy Ann, b. 16 Aug. 1841; d. 22 July 1842. 

124. vii. James Clap, b. 25 Feb. 1844. 

Child by third wife, born at Brookline: 

125. viii. Charles Francis, b. 21 Aug. 1852. 

74. MosES^ WiTHiNGTON (Enos,^ Samuel,^ Samuel,^ John* Rich- 

ard,^ Henry^), bom at Brookhne 1 Dec. 1810, died there 
12 July 1891. He married first, at Roxbuiy, 8 Oct. 1839, 
Jane Clap, bom at Roxbury 27 Apr. 1816, died at Brookline 
16 Feb. 1853, daughter of John and Priscilla (Holden) and 
sister of Lucy, second wife of his brother Otis (73); and 
secondly, 1 Sept. 1853, Harriet Sherburne Clap of Dor- 
chester, born at Dorchester 10 July 1818, died at Brookline 
8 Mar. 1898, daughter of Joseph and Betsey (Tileston). 

He was town treasurer of Brookline for many years, until 
his death. 

Children by first wife, born at Brookhne : 
i. Harriet Louisa, b. 21 July 1845; d. unm. at Brookline 22 Feb. 
1903. 

126. ii. Henry Herbert, b. 17 May 1846. 

iii. Susan Elizabeth, b. 15 Sept. 1848; unm. 

Child by second wife, born at Brookhne: 
iv. Anna Jane Sherburne, b. 24 Jan. 1856; unm. 

75. JoHN^ WiTHiNGTON (Francts,^ William,^ John* Philip ^^ Rich- 

ard,^ Henry^), born at Bolton* 29 Sept. 1763, died at 
Warner, N. H., 10 Aug. 1842. He married, about 1791, 
Elizabeth Burpee of Henniker, who died at Warner. 

They lived in Henniker and Warner. 

Children : 

i. Sarah, b. 25 Apr. 1792; d. 15 Sept. 1851. 

ii. Rachel Mason, b. 18 July 1794: m. Savory of Wamer, 

N. H. 
iii. A child, d. in infancy 26 July 1795. 

iv. Betsey, b. 27 Apr. 1797; m. Joseph Stiles of Bradford, N. H. 
v. Thomas C, b. 9 Jan. 1799; m. Mehitable Goodwin of Mount 

Vernon or Deering, N. H. 
vi. John, b. 24 Jan. 1801; m. Lovey Maxpield. 

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vii. MiHiAM, b. 22 May 1803; d. unm. 

viii. Noah, b. 14 Sept. 1804; m. Lord. 

ix. Mahala (twin), b. 12 July 1806; d. young. 

X. Thirza (twin), b. 12 July 1806; m. Abram (or Archibald) Col- 
burn, b. at Bradford, N. H., 8 May 1807, s. of Charles and 
Charlotte Abigail (Atwood). Children (order of births un- 
certain): 1. David Osbom, m. Jane Withington (105, ii). 2. 
Elizabethy d. in 1886; m. James Hussey. 3. Abigail, perhaps m. 
Eben Preston Withington (64, ii). 4. Apvhia, d. in 1884; m. 
Henry Patten. 5. Thirza, m. Charles Haines. 6. John, m. 
Abigail Blanchard. 

xi. Mart, b. 25 Aug. 1809; d. unm. at Nashua, N. H., in 1866. 

76. Elias^ Withington {Francis,^ William,^ John,* Philip,^ 

Richard,^ Henry^), born at Bolton* 17 Nov. 1764, died at 
Hanover, N. H., 10 June 1842. He married, about 1789, 
Mary McKean of Nashua, N. H., who died about 1849. 

Children, bom at Henniker, N. H. : 
i. Nancy, 8 b. 23 Apr. 1790; d. unm. 
ii. Mary, b. 13 July 1793; m. Nathan Hurlburt of Lyme, N. H. 

127. iii. Francis, b. 11 Apr. 1796. 

iv. Ruth, b. 26 May 1798; m. Muzzey of Newbury, N. H. 

128. V. William Mason, b. 8 Apr. 1801. 
vi. Rachel, b. in 1804; d. unm. in 1821. 

129. vii. Robert, b. 1 Mar. 1807. 

77. Francis Mather^ Withington (Francis,^ William,^ John,* 

Philip,^ Richard,'^ Henry^), born at Henniker, N. H., 9 Feb. 
1767, died there 13 May 1845. He married, about 1796, 
Hannah Smith, born at Henniker 20 Apr. 1775, died there 
25 Mar. 1845, daughter of Samuel and Hannah (Marble). 

Children : 
i. Jonathan,' b. 16 Nov. 1797; moved to Pittstown, N. Y.; m. 

ii. Lydia, b.* 16 Feb. 1799; d. 7 Oct. 1856; m. 12 Dec. 1816 Enoch 
Greenleap of Henniker, N. H. 

iii. Cynthia, b. 2 Apr. 1800; d. unm. at Hampstead, N. H., 7 Oct. 1856. 

iv. Hannah, b. 1 Mar. 1802; m. Eliphalet Ray of Dorchester, N. H., 
b. at Henniker, N. H., 29 Feb. 1804, d. at Plaistow, N. H., 
whither they moved in 1850, s. of Silas and Rebecca (Colby). 
Children: 1. Harvey, b. 29 Oct. 1828. 2. Chellis, b. 17 May 1832; 
m. his first cousin, Ermina Isabel Clough (77, v, 4). 3. Livona, 
b. 22 Apr. 1834- m. Gardner Chandler. 4. Diana, b. 13 July 
1837. 5. Albert Francis, b. 25 Aug. 1843. 

V. Laura, b. 10 Aug. 1804; m. 10 Aug. 1824 David Clough of Brad- 
ford, N. H., b. at Henniker, N. H., 1 June 1788, s. of David 
and Damaris (Smith). Children: 1. Horace M., b. 9 Mar. 1828. 
2. AUgail L., b. 31 Aug. 1830. 3. David D., b. 3 May 1833; d. 
7 Oct. 1853. 4. Ermina Isabel, b. 4 Aug. 1836; m. her first 
cousin, ChelUs Ray (77. iv, 2). 

vi. Salome, b. in 1806; d. 8 Sept. 1812. 

vii. Apphia, b.' in 1807; d. 9 Sept. 1809. 

viii. Elizabeth, b. in 1808; d. 5 May 1840. 

ix. Sarepta G., b. in 1810; d. 25 Apr. 1868; m. at Groton . 

X. Sabra, b. in 1812; d. unm. 

xi. Apphia, b. in 1814; m. George Emerson of Haverhill; moved to 
Sandown, N. H. 

78. JoEL^ Withington (Francis,^ William,^ John,* Philip,^ Rich- 

ard,^ Henry^), born at Henniker, N. H., 3 Apr. 1777, died at 

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Danbury, N. H., 23 Sept. 1853. He married at Henniker, 
about 1801, Marjorie Wadsworth, bom 16 Mar. 1777, 
died at Danbury 28 July 1846, daughter of Samuel and 
Marjorie (Hutchinson). 
Children : 

i. Ann,« b. 16 Sept. 1802; d. at Rochester, N. Y.; m. 30 Jan. 1822 
Charles Walker of Weare, N. H. Children: 1. Robert. 2. 
William, 3. Cyrus. 4. George. 

130. ii. Cyrus, b. 28 Aug. 1804. 

79. Jacob^ Withington (Francis,^ William,^ John* Philip,^ 

Richard,^ Henry^), born at Henniker, N. H., 11 Sept. 1785, 
died at Troy, N. Y., 23 July 1860. He married Mary (or 
Miriam) Nichols of Eddington, Me., daughter of James 
and Mary (Mann). 

They lived at Henniker and Manchester, N. H., and at 
Troy, N. Y. 

Children (order of births uncertain) : 

i. Rachel,* d. in 1875; m. William P. Snell of Peterborough, N. H. 

i\. Royal. 

iii. Mary, d. in 1856; m. William Farmer of Peterborough, N. H. 

iv. Almira, m. 20 Apr. 1830 George Wells of Goffstown, N. H. 

V. Lanara, m. Benjamin Stevens of Amherst, N. H. 

vi. LoviLLA, m. 26 Nov. 1835 Jonathan Presset, who d. 18 Nov. 
1869. They moved to Manchester, N. H., in 1842. Children: 
1. Helen Maria, b. 20 Sept. 1836; m. 13 Nov. 1853 Jeremiah D. 
Jones. 2. Fidelia (twin), b. 3 May 1842; m. 19 May 1868 
William E. Preston. 3. Fidora (twin), b. 3 May 1842; d. 10 
Aug. 1842. 4. Georgiana A., b. 3 Sept. 1845; m. 10 Oct. 1872 
Alban R. Philbrick. 

vii. Elizabeth, m. Sargent. 

viii. Maria K., m. Israel Doble of Manchester, N. H, 

131. ix. Solander W., b. 22 Aug. 1819. 

80. Samuel^ Withington {Francis,^ William,^ John,*' Philip* 

Richard,^ Henry^), born at Henniker, N. H., 2 May 1788, 
died at Attleborough 19 Apr. 1861. He married Hepsibah 
WiLMARTH, who died at Attleborough 19 Sept. 1877, 
daughter of Joseph and Hepsibah (Dyer). 
Children (order of births uncertain) : 

i. Thomas Wilmarth,* d. s.p. at Attleborough 19 Sept. 1853; m. 
(1) at Attleborough, 11 Jan. 1839, Lydia Claflin, b. at Attle- 
borough 9 Aug. 1814, d. there 20 Oct. 1840, dau. of Comfort 
and Anna (Wilmarth) and sister of Laura Jane, wife of his 
brother William Dame (80, ii); m. (2) at Attleborough, 2 May 
1842, Harriet White, b. about 1815, dau. of Royal and Emily. 
She m. (2) 22 Nov. 1861 Zeba C. Perry of Rehoboth. 

ii. William DAiiE, b. at Canaan, N. H., 28 Feb. 1823; d. s.p. at 
Attleborough 27 Dec. 1863; m. at Attleborough, 2 May 1848, 
Laura Jane Claflin, b. at Attleborough 29 Aug. 1820, dau. 
of Comfort and Anna (Wilmarth) and sister of Lydia, first wife 
of his brother Thomas Wilmarth (80, i). 

ilL Baxter Perry, b. 25 Feb. 1825; d. s.p. at North Attleborough 
25 Aug. 1909; m. at Rehoboth, 25 Nov. 1852, Lepha Drown 
GoFF, b. at Rehoboth 24 Jan. 1829, d. at North Attleborough 
9 Apr. 1909, dau. of Baylies and Mercy (Richards). 

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Richard,^ Henry^), born at Fitzwilliam, N. H., 12 Aug. 1771, 
died at Camden, Me., 23 July 1849. He married at Camden, 
in 1802, Rachel Bates of Brunswick, Me., who died at 
Camden in 1854, daughter of Hosea and Sarah. 

They moved to Bath and then to Camden, Me. 

Children : 

i. Louisa Locke,' b. 30 Jan. 1803; d. s.p. in 1832; m. in 1831 
Samuel Bragdon of Camden, Me. 

ii. RoziLLA, b. 2 June 1804; d. young. 

iii. William Locke, b. 20 Oct. 1806; d. unm. at New Orleans, La., 
in 1834. 

iv. EuRENE, b. 8 Sept. 1808; d. s.p.; m. Capt. Joseph Sherman. 

V. Benjamin Bates, b. 12 Jan. 1810; d. unm. at New Orleans, La., 
in 1832. 

vi. Juliana Appleton, b. 24 July 1812; m. at Camden, Me., 9 Nor. 
1832, Capt. William Monroe, b. at Camden 15 Oct. 1805, d. 
at Lincolnville, Me., 24 Sept. 1862, s. of Royal and Frances 
(Higgins). Children: 1. Sarah Thompson, b. 22 June 1834; d. 
unm. 14 Mar. 1874. 2. William Locke, b. 23 June 1836; m. 
Adelaide Marlow Coombes. 3. Edwin Wallace, b. 24 June 1838; 
d. 15 Sept. 1841. 4. Ezra Barrows, b. 6 Aug. 1840; d. 1 Nov. 
1840. 5. Rachel Bates, b. 17 Oct. 1842; d. unm. 30 June 1863. 
6. Edwin Wallace, b. 4 Feb. 1845; d. 23 Mar. 1867; m. Adele 
Orville Pendleton. 7. George Edwards, b. 12 Jan. 1847; m. Lucy 
A. Wadsworth. 8. David Bates, b. 28 Dec. 1848; m. Ida C. 
Wooster. 9. Mather Withingi4>n, b. 27 May 1850; m. Emma 
J. Greenwood. 10. Julia Ann (twin), b. 27 Nov. 1851; m. John 
P. French. 11. Oscar Edward (twin), b. 2/ Nov. 1851* d. 14 
July 1852. 12. Cora Livingston, b. 31 Jan. 1857; m. Charles 
J. Drink water. 

vii. Christiana Dexter, b. 17 Aug. 1814; m. at Camden, Me., 17 
June 1841, Ezra Barrows, b. about 1811, d. 16 May 1862, 
aged 51, s. of Ichabod and Mary. Children: 1. Louisa Withing- 
ton, b. 8 Jan. 1843; d. 15 Mar. 1852, 2. Adelia Maria, b. 17 
Aug. 1845; m. Charles Sartell. 3. Mary Josephine, b. 20 Mar. 
1848; d. unm. 30 July 1866. 4. Caroline Talbot, b. 12 Feb. 
1852. 5. William Ezra, b. 3 Sept. 1853. 6. Julia Helen, b. 16 
Dec. 1856; d. 29 Sept. 1862. 7. James Edwin, b. 21 May 1858; 
d. 11 Sept. 1862. 

viii. Nancy, b. 10 Sept. 1816; m. 20 Dec. 1843 Rev. Leonard Mayo 
of Hampden, Me., b. there 16 Oct. 1816, s. of Joseph and Rachel. 
Children: 1. Joseph S., b. 8 Mar. 1845; m. Anme McCormick. 
2. Emma, b. 15 Mar. 1848; m. Joseph O. Smith. 3. Lizzie E., 
b. 17 Aug. 1850; m. Kendall S. Jackins. . 4. Edward P., b. 9 
Apr. 1853. 5. WUliam Withington, b. 12 Apr. 1855. 6. Harriet 
T., b. 29 June 1857. 

Lx. David Bates, b. at Camden, Me., 19 Aug. 1818; d. there, s.p.f 
7 July 1901; m. 2 Sept. 1849 Philena Ann Robinson of Cam- 
den, b. at Camden 25 June 1818, dau. of George and Sarah. 

X. Joseph Warren, b. 1 Dec. 1820; d. unm. at Charleston, S. C, in 
1837. 
132. xi. Ephraim Andrews, b. 22 Feb. 1825. 

82. William^ Withington (William,^ William,^ John,^ Philip,* 
Richard,^ Henry^), born at FitzwiUiam, N. H., 2 Mar. 1777, 
perhaps died at Orwell, N. Y. He married, 23 Feb. 1800, 
Abigail Stone, born 27 June 1779, perhaps died at Orwell, 
daughter of Joseph and Mary (Harris). 

He is said to have moved to Orwell, N. Y., in 1818. 
Children, born at FitzwiUiam, N. H. : 



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i. Joseph, 8 b. 30 Mar. 1800; perhaps m. at Randolph, Vt.. 27 Auz. 
1826, Sally Ward. p , tu, ^, Aug. 

ii. Myra, b. 23 Jan. 1802. 
iii. Albert, b. 20 July 1803. 
iv. Oilman, b. 13 Mar. 1805. 
V. Elmer, b. 28 Jan. 1807; d. 11 Mar. 1807. 
vi. Elmer, b. 22 Feb. 1808. 
vii. Lucas, b. 24 Feb. 1810. 
viii. Tryphena, b. 27 Apr. 1812. 
ix. Rhoda, b. 11 Aug. 1814. 

X. Abigail, b. 24 Sept. 1816; perhaps m. at Randolph, Vt., 8 Nor. 
1865, Franklin Amy. 

83. JoHN^ Withington {William,^ William,^ John* Philip* 

Richard,^ Henry^), born at Fitzwilliam, N. H., 7 Mar. 1779, 
died at Richmond, N. H., 24 Dec. 1869. He married 
Elizabeth Payne, who died 1 May 1863. 

They Uved at Swanzey and Richmond, N. H. He was 
very eccentric, and left the church of which he had been a 
member for many years, because a carpet was laid in the 
aisle. He was a soldier in the War of 1812. 

Children : 

i. ZiLLAH,8 b. 24 May 1815; d. unm. 10 Oct. 1851. 

ii. Wealthy, b. 6 Apr. 1820; d. unm. in Sept. 1844. 

iii. Asa, b. at Swanzey, N. H., 4 Oct. 1822; d. unm. 4 Apr. 1849. 

84. Rev. William^ Withington {Elisha,^ William,^ John* Philip* 

Richard,^ Henry^), born, probably at Mason, N. H., 8 Mar. 
1771, died 5 June 1854. He married at Grafton, 28 Nov. 
1799, Susannah Wait, bom at Grafton 29 Jan. 1781, daugh- 
ter of Simon and Marcy (Flagg.) 

He was a clergyman and Hved at Royalston and Grafton. 

Children : 

i. Phila," b. 6 July 1801; m. Isaac Kendall. 
133. ii. William, b. at Grafton 16 Mar. 1804. 

iii. Mary, b. 17 Oct. 1806; m. at Royalston, 6 Mar. 1839, Almond 

Newhall [? Newell] of Mason, N. H. 
iv. Elisha, b. 19 Sept. 1809; m. (intention recorded at Royalston, 

30 Jan. 1839) Betsey Newell of Mason, N. H. Children: 

1. Harry E.,^ b. in 1846. 2. George A., b. in 1850. 
V. Rachel Flagg, b. 14 July 1813; m. at Royalston, 30 July 1839, 

Lyman Newell. 
vi. Samuel, b. 10 Feb. 1816. 
vii. Susan, b. 20 Apr. 1819. 
viii. A CHILD, b. 2 June 1823; d. 23 June 1823. 

85. Benjamin^ Withington {Samuel* William,'^ John,* Philip,* 

Richard,^ Henry^), born at Stow 6 Apr. 1781, died at Ludlow, 
Vt., 5 June 1862. He married at Ludlow, 24 Nov. 1807, 
Sarah Estabrooks (20, xi, 2) of Ludlow, born at Fitz- 
wUliam, N. H., 6 Feb. 1783, died at Ludlow 9 Dec. 1866, 
daughter of Abel and Ruth (Withington) and sister of 
Arethusa, wife of his brother EU (86). 

Children : 
i. William," b. 23 July 1809; d. at Ludlow, Vt., 27 Oct. 1837. 

ii. Benjamin,. b. 21 Mar. 1811; m. (1) Nancy , who d. 6 June 

1834 or 1835; m. (2) Alzina , who d. 9 Dec. 1846. 

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134. iv. Ira, b. 21 Mar. 1817. 

V. Abigail Mary, b. 5 Sept. 1819; m. Daniel Haven. 

86. Eli^ Withington {Samuel,^ William,^ John,^ Philip,^ Richard,* 

Henry^), was bom at Stow 4 Apr. 1783. He married, 24 
Jan. 1809, Arethusa Estabrooks (20, xi, 4) of Ludlow, Vt., 
born 8 Apr. 1787, died in 1866, daughter of Abel and Ruth 
(Withington) and sister of Sarah, wife of his brother Ben- 
jamin (85). 

Children, bom at Stow: 
i. Mary Muzzy,^ b. 11 Apr. 1818. 

135. ii. John Albert, b. 19 Aug. 1820. 

iii. Lucy H., b. 11 Jan. 1822; d. 11 Aug. 1863; m. at Harvard, 4 Nov. 
1841, Jonathan N. Mansfield. 

87. Samuel^ Withington (Samuel,^ William,'^ John,* Philip,^ Rich- 

ard,^ Henry^), born at Stow 28 June 1792, died after 1876. 
He married, in 1816, Belinda Stearns, bom in 1792, 
daughter of Habakkuk and Eunice (Child). 

They Uved at Stow, Harvard, and CUnton. 

Children : 

i. Abigail Muzzy,* b. in 1817; m. (intentioa recorded at Harvard, 
23 Apr. 1838) Isaac Barnes of Lowell. 

136. ii. JosiAH, b. in 1819. 

iii. Mary Stearns, b. in 1823; m. (intention recorded at Stow, 28 
Jan. 1849) George T. Whitney, b. in 1823, s. of Ezekiel. 

88. William^ Withington {Samuel,^ William,^ John,^ Philip,* 

Richard,^ Henry^), born at Stow 7 Mar. 1794, died after 1876. 
He married at Fitchburg, 8 Mar. 1825, Susan C. Andrews 
of Fitchburg, perhaps daughter of Nehemiah and Alice, and, 
in that case, born at Fitchburg 16 Oct. 1807. 

Child: 
i. Susan Thurston,' b. at Fitchburg 2 Apr. 1826; perhaps m. at 
Sudbury, 4 Dec. 1842, Benjamin F. Whitcomb. 

89. Edward^ Withington {Benjamin,^ William,^ John,* Philip* 

Richard,^ Henry^), born at Stow 11 July 1789, died at 
Chesterfield, N. H., 27 Jan. 1863. He married at Chehns- 
ford, 20 Aug. 1812, Lydia Hodgeman, bom at Chelmsford 
23 Mar. 1792, died at Chesterfield 4 Mar. 1879, daughter of 
Asa and Sybil (Blodgett). 

He was a shoemaker, tanner, and farmer, lived at Stow, 
Temple ton, and Chelmsford, and moved from Chelmsford 
to Chesterfield, N. H., about 1819. He also lived for a 
time at Phillipston, Mass. 

Children : 
i. Seth,' b. at Chelmsford 3 Dec. 1813; moved to Chesterfield, 
N. H.; d. there, unm, 

137. ii. Edwin, b/at Phillipston 20 Sept. 1816. 

iii. Mary Firena, b. at Phillipston 23 Nov. 1818; m. at Chesterfield, 
N. H., 29 Nov. 1853, Charles Carroll Tenney of Dummers- 
ton, Vt., b. at Dummerston 12 Mar. 1829, s. of Josiah and* 
Caroline Matilda (Livermore). Child: 1. Albert Charles, b. 26 
Apr. 1857; d. 23 Mar. 1864. 

138. iv. James Davis, b. at Chesterfield, N. H., 5 Oct. 1820. 
v. Albert, b. 9 Sept. 1823; d. 25 May 1825. 



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139. vi. Albert Carruth, b. at Chesterfield, N. H., 2 Nov. 1825. 

vii. Asaph L., b. 26 Jan. 1827; moved to Milford; m. there, 9 Nov. 

1852, Sarah Sumner Pond of Milford, b. at Milford 22 Oct. 

1833, dau. of Abner French and Mary Lovett (Sumner). No 

children, 
viii. Henry Hodgeman, b. at Chesterfield, N. H., 18 Nov. 1836: m. 

Sarah Johnson, b. in 1843, d. at East Brookfield 27 Sept. 1878, 

dau. of Robert. Probably no children. 

90. James^ Withington {Benjamin,^ William,^ John* Philip,^ 

Richard,^ Henry^), born at Templeton* 13 Jan. 1794, died 6 
Oct. 1852. He married first, at Westminster, 13 May 1819, 
Tabitha Woodward, bom at Westminster 5 May 1797, 
daughter of Abel (20, iii, 5) and Tabitha (Beard); and 
secondly Susan Whitten. 

He Hved at Ludlow and Reading, Vt. 

Children by first wife (order of births uncertain) : 
i. Susan S.,* m. G. H. Richards of Gofifstown, N. H. 
ii. Sarah, m. George Pette of Worcester, 
iii. Nancy M., m. Martin Pratt of Reading, Vt. 
iv. Mary E., m. Daniel L. Campbell of Rochester, Vt. 
v. QuiNCY Adams (perhaps), d. 25 Mar. 1825. 
vi. A child, t d. young, 
vii. Ellen F. 

Children by second wife : 
viii. Isabel. 
ix. Charles B., b. 10 Sept. 1830; m. Charlotte . 

91. JoHN^ Withington (Benjamin,^ William,'^ John* Philip* 

Richard,^ Henry^), born at Templeton 28 Mar. 1796, died 
at Ludlow, Vt., 27 Mar. 1852. He married, about 1822, 
AsENATH Wetherbee of Reading, Vt., who died there 25 
Sept. 1872, daughter of Daniel and Hepsibah (Merriam). 

Child, born at Reading, Vt. : 
i. Eveline Lucinda' (or Lucinda Eveline), b. 14 Jan. 1823; m. 
3 Dec. 1841 Josiah Seward Wilder of Ludlow, Vt., farmer, b. 
18 Dec. 1818, s. of Edward and Abigail (Seward). Children: 1. 
Orlando Franklin, b. 13 Nov. 1842; d, 16 Aug. 1845. 2. Louisa 
Eveline J b 30 July 1847; m. Joseph A. Ellison. 3. Cynthia Jane, 
b. 25 Oct. 1851. 4. John Franklin, b. 25 Mar. 1856. 5. EvereU 
Ellsworth, b. 3 Feb. 1864. 

92. Benjamin Locke^ Withington (Benjamin,^ William,^ John* 

Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), bom at Templeton 16 Nov. 1805, 
died at Harvard 14 Dec. 1842. He married at Winchendon, 
25 Jan. 1829, Anna Edmunds of Winchendon, born at 
Winchendon 20 Apr. 1801, died at Ashburnham 2 Oct. 1846, 
daughter of Amos and Abigail (Rice). 

Children, born at Templeton: 
i. Elmira,* b. 5 Feb. 1830; m. in 1848 James Pollock of Worcester. 
No children. 
140. ii. Amos, b. 20 Aug. 1832. 

iii. Elmer, b. 8 Nov. 1835; d. unm. at Winchendon 11 Mar. 1864, 
iv. Mary Ann, b. 16 Nov. 1838; m. (1) in 1858 George E. Plummer, 

•It should have been stated, aupra. p. 210. that "the first two" (instead of "the first three") 
children of Benjamin Withington (43) were born at Stow. 

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who was killed in the Civil War; m. (2) George L. Farrar. 
Children by iBirst husband: 1. Frank. 2. LiUian. 
V. Adaline, b. 8 Nov. 1840; m. at Winchendon, 22 Dec. 1860, 
Dennis B. Piper, s. of Pliny and Margaret (Spofiford). 

93. NoAH^ Withington (Henry Bailey,^ Edward,^ John,^ Philip,^ 

Richard,^ Henry^), bom at S tough ton 4 Sept. 1771, died at 
Dorchester 17 July 1820. He married at Stoughton, 20 
Mar. 1796, Relief Hawes, perhaps daughter of Henry and 
Charlotte (White). 

Children born at Dorchester: 
1. Relief, 8 b. 24 Aug. 1796; d. unm. 14 Apr. 1842. 
ii. Mart, b. 24 Nov. 1798; m. James Pierce, b. at Dorchester 23 

Sept.. 1786, d. there 1 Mar. 1827, s. of Benjamin and Hannah 

(Badlam). 
iii. Charlotte Hawes, b. 12 Oct. 1800. 
iv. Sarah Bent, b. 27 Feb. 1803; m. (1) 20 Apr. 1826 Bartholomew 

B. WoRLEY of Roxbury; probably m. (2) William Wetherell, 

Children by first husband: 1. Henry Hawes, b. 28 Jan. 1827. 2. 

Charlotte White, b. 19 May 1828. 
V. Louisa, b. 23 June 1805. 
vi. Clarissa, b. 31 Mar. 1807; m. at Dorchester, 1 Mar. 1836, David 

L. Davis of Boston, 
vii. Emily, b. 16 Mar. 1809' m. at Dorchester, 9 Oct. 1838, Dr. John 

Heard of Scarborough, Me. 
viii. Elizabeth Davis, b. 24 Mar. 1811; d. unm. 25 May 1878. 

141. ix. Noah, b. 3 Apr. 1813. 

142. X. John Bent, b. 16 Apr. 1816. 

xi. Hannah Fales, b. 20 Feb. 1818; d. unm. at Shrewsbury 17 Aug, 
1849. 

94. Elijah^ Withington (Henry Bailey,^ Edward,^ John,* Philip,^ 

Richard,^ Henry^), born at Stoughton 21 Dec. 1775, died 
29 Dec. 1871. He married at Dorchester, 5 July 1804, 
Sarah Whittemore (30, vi, 1), born 16 Jan. 1788, died at 
Dorchester 26 Oct. 1845, daughter of Joseph and Sarah 
(Withington). 
Children, bom at Dorchester: 

i. Sarah,* b. 23 May 1805; d. at Cincinnati, Ohio; m. 4 Oct. 1829 
William Wiswell. 

ii. Abigail Ann, b. 25 June 1807; d. at Ciacinnati, Ohio, 14 Dec. 
1838; m. 1 Nov. 1835 William Benjamin Wood, b. at Coving- 
ton, Ky., 31 Aug. 1809, s. of Benjamin and Fanny (Loomis). 

143. iii. Henry Bailey, b. 12 Mar. 1810. 

iv. Ann, b. 8 Nov. 1813; d. at Dorchester 19 May 1816. 
V. Samuel, b. 9 Aug. 1818; d. unm. at Santa Cruz, Cal. 

95. Henry^ Withington (Henry Bailey,^ Edward,^ John,* Philip,^ 

Richard,"^ Henry^), born at Dorchester 15 June 1777, died 
at Canton 10 Mar. 1853. He married first, at Bridgewater, 
25 Nov. 1801, Lydia Snell, born at Bridgewater 15 Mar. 
1781, died at Canton 9 July 1824, daughter of Josiah, Jr., 
and Ruhamah (Hartwell) ; and secondly, at Canton, 12 July 
1825, Olive Dunakin of Canton or Hadley, bom in 1802, 
died at Canton 28 May 1840. 
Children by first wife, born at Canton : 

144. i. Perez, 8 b. 6 June 1804. 

145. ii. James Snell, b. 26 May 1815. 

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Children by second wife, born at Canton: 
iii. Mary Ann, b. 26 Oct. 1826; d. s.p. in Boston in 1869; m. in 1849 

Daniel O'Conners of Boston, 
iv. Lucy, b. 25 Jan. 1828: m. at Dorchester, 5 July 1849, David 
Gould, Jr., of Chatham, b. at Chatham 12 Dec. 1827, s. of 
David and Mehitable. Children: 1. Olivia Withington, b. 21 
Sept. 1850; d. 4 Dec. 1853. 2. WUbur Hennj, b. 24 Apr. 1854. 
3. David Russell, b. 10 Feb. 1860; d. 6 Oct. 1861. 4. Dauid EUs- 
worth, b. 15 Apr. 1863. 

146. V. George, b. 24 June 1829. 

147. vi. Henry, b. 10 May 1831. 

148. vii. William Thomas, b. 26 Oct. 1833. 

viii. Elijah, b. 5 Dec. 1837; d. unm. at a hospital at Lexingtonj Ky., 

in 1863, during the Civil War, in which he was a soldier m the 

United States Army. 
ix. Louisa Gill, b. 6 May 1839; m. at Lowell, in 1862, Milton 

Goodwin of Salem. N. H., s. of Leonard Milton and Sarah 

(Woodbury). No cnildren. 

96. Samuel^ Withington (Henry Bailey,^ Edward,^ John,* Philip* 

Richard,^ Henry^), bom at Stoughton (Canton) 21 July 
1783, was lost at sea in tbe summer of 1805. He married at 
Roxbuiy, 13 Nov. 1804, Sarah Bruce, born about 1786, 
died at Roxbury 9 Sept. 1805, aged 19. 
Child: 

149. i. Eno3 Bailey" (posthumous), b. at Roxbury 23 Aug. 1805. 

97. Nathan^ Withington (Mather,^ Edward,^ John,* Philip* 

Richard,^ Henry^) was born at Stoughton (Canton) 12 Feb. 
1788. He married there, 13 Oct. 1808, Sarah Wentworth, 
born at Canton 24 Nov. 1788, died 7 Oct. 1869, daughter of 
OUver and Abigail (Tilden). 
Children, bom at Canton: 

i. Melissa,' b. 3 Feb. 1809; d. 19 Aug. 1897; m. at Dorchester, 30 
Nov. 1834, Lewis Franklin Pierce, b. at Dorchester 10 July 
1809, 8. of Lewis and Sarah (Moseley). Children: 1. George 
Francis, b. 8 Mar. 1838; m. 22 Nov. 1860 Almira Nourse Haven. 
2. Etta. 3. Henry Augustus, b. 29 Mar. 1849; d. in June 1849. 

ii. Abigail, b. 22 Oct. 1812; d. s.p. 21 July 1865; m. (intention 
recorded at Canton, 20 Dec. 1846) Abel Farrington, Jr., b. 
at Canton 17 Nov. 1800, s. of Abel and Hannah (Leonard). 
160. iii. Nathan, b. 16 Oct. 1815. 

iv. Sarah Wiswell, b. 16 Aug. 1819; d. unm. at Dorchester 21 Mar. 
1855. 

v. Esther, b. 10 June 1822; d. s.p. 6 Mar. 1855; m. Jefferson 
FiTTS of North Stoughton. 

vi. Elihu, b. 18 Jan. 1826; m. Emily Capen. No children. 

vii. William, b. 22 Apr. 1829; m. Sarah Green. 

98. Wales^ Withington {Mather,^ Edward,^ John* Philip,* 

Richard,'^ Henry^), bom at Stoughton (Canton) in 1793, died 
at Chesterville, Me. He married at Milton, 6 Dec. 1821, 
Susannah Tucker, bom at Milton 15 Apr. 1795, died at 
Dedham, daughter of Phinehas and Susannah (? Wales). 

Children, bom at Canton: 
i. Phineas Mather, 8 b. 12 Jan. 1823; d. s.jt. at Chesterville, Me., 
in 1909; m. there, in 1855, Charlotte A. J. Mitchell, b. in 
Maine, d. at Stoughton, dau. of John and Sarah (Hawes). 
ii. Susan Elizabeth, b. 5 July 1828; m. in Dec. 1851 Edmund 












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Augustus Lowe, who d. at Canton, s. of Edward and Sally 
(Johnson). Children: 1. Susan Ella, b. 18 Apr. 1856; m. 26 

May 1878 Smith. 2. Florence Withington, b. 22 Mar. 

1858; d. unm. 2 Oct. 1916. 3. Mary Emma, b. 17 Dec. 1859; m. 

9 Nov. 1900 Hunt. 4. Horace Wales, b. 20 Mar. 1862; 

m. in June 1883 . 5. Annie L., b. 4 Apr. 1864; unm. 6. 

Lillian Annie, b. 7 July 1867; d. 2 May 1877. 7. Harriet Ger- 
trude, b. 20 Sept. 1871; m. 14 Sept. 1898 Kendall. 

iii. Eunice Wales, b. 11 June 1830; d. unm. at Canton in July 1848. 

iv. Myra Harriet, b. in July 1832; d. s.p. at Dedham 26 June 1892; 
m. at Dedham, 16 Feb. 1871, her second cousin, Howard Gill 
(44, vi, 3), b. in 1806, d. in May 1893, s. of John and PoUy 
(Withington). 

V. Myron, b. in 1834; killed in the Civil War. 

vi. A CHILD, b. in Sept. 1837; d. 30 Dec. 1837. 

99. Otis^ Withington {John,^ Edward,^ John,^ Philip,^ Richard,^ 
Henry^) was born probably about 1792. He married 

Sarah . His descendants state that he went South 

about 1816 and died there of yellow fever. 

Children (order of births unknown) : 
i. Lucy.* 
ii. Mary. 

iii. Sarah B., m. (intention recorded at Dedham, 13 June 1841) Za- 
Doc C. Howes of Dorchester. They lived in Dedham. 

151. iv. Warren. 

V. George, m. at Dedham, 28 Feb. 1841, Betsey A. Howes of Ded- 
ham. 

vi. Harriet A., m. at Dedham, 20 Oct. 1836, Charles S. Fowlbb. 
Child: 1. Walter S. 

vii. Eliza Ann, m. at Dedham, 23 July 1835, Nelson Worthen of 
Roxbury. 

100. Rev. Leonard^ Withington {Joseph Weeks,^ Philip,^ Ehen- 
ezer,' Philip,' Richard,^ Henry'), B. A. (Yale, 1814), M. A. 
(i6.,1821), D. D. (Bowdoin, 1850), born at Dorchester 9 
Aug. 1789, died at Newbury 22 Apr. 1885. He married first, 
at Dorchester, 15 Jan. 1817, Sophia Sherburne, born at 
Boston 19 Nov. 1786, died at Newbury 1 Apr. 1826, daughter 
of William and Mehi table (Aspinwall); and secondly, at 
Newburyport, 29 May 1827, Caroline Noyes, born 23 
Aug. 1803, died at Newbury 3 Aug. 1860, daughter of Dr. 
Nathan and Sarah (Niles). 

He was pastor of the First Congregational Church at 
Newbury, 1816-1859, and pastor emeritus from 1859 until 
his death. He was eminent as a preacher and as an author 
of works on theological subjects, and was much in demand 
as a pubhc speaker. 

Children by first wife, born at Newbury: 

L A CHILD,* b. 11 Jan. 1819; d. 13 Jan. 1819. 
ii. A CHILD, b. and d. 17 Jan. 1820. 

iii. William Sherburne, b. 4 May 1821; d. unm. at Matanzas, Cuba, 
20 May 1841. 

152. iv. Leonard, b. 7 Sept. 1823. 

V. George Aspinwall, b. 30 Jan. 1826; d. 18 May 1826. 

Children by second wife, born at Newbury: 

153.^vi. Nathan Notes, b. 9 Mar. 1828. 

vii. Sarah Elizabeth, b. 6 Feb. 1830; m. 1 Jan. 1857 James Chtjtb 



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Coleman, b. at Newburyport 25 Apr. 1826^ d. there 25 Apr. 
1914, s. of Jeremiah and Mary (Chute); Children: 1. Caroline 
Leonard, b. in 1858. 2. Harriet Withington, b. in 1860. 

viu.LucY, b. 11 Feb. 1832; d. 12 Aug. 1903; m. 30 Nov. 1854 John 
Thukston Jaques, b. 10 Nov. 1828, s. of William and Eliza- 
beth (Savory). Children: 1. WiUiam White, b. 30 Aug. 1855; 
m. in Nov. 1880 Kate S. Harmon. 2. Mary Caroline, b. m 1859; 
d. 2 Mar. 1872. 

ix. Joseph, b. 4 May 1834; d. unm. at Mattoon, HI., in 1920. 
He was captain, Seventh Illinois Volunteers, in the Civil War, 
was mayor of Mattoon, and filled other public offices there at 
various times. 

X. Harriet Sherburne, b. 18 Mar. 1836; living (1920) unm. 

xi. Richard, b. 29 Apr. 1838; d. unm. of cholera on Hart's Island, 
New York Harbor, 27 July 1866, while in service in the Veterans' 
Reserve Corps, U. S. A. He was a soldier in the Civil War. 

xii. Francis, b. 21 Jan. 1840; d. 1 Sept. 1843. 

xiii. William Sherburne (twin), b. 7 May 1842; d. 17 Sept. 1842. 

xiv. Mary Niles (twin), b. 7 Mav 1842; d. at Craftsbury, Vt., 11 May 
1903; m. 1 Nov. 1870, as his second wife. Rev. Joseph Board- 
man of Dracut, b. at Amesbury 18 June 1833, s. of William and 
Elizabeth (Bailey). Children: 1. Leonard, b. 1 Aug. 1871. 2. 
William Joseph, b. in 1873. 3. Philip Eliot, b. in 1875. 4. 
Richard, b. in 1877. 5. Joseph, b. in 1886. 

101. Rev. William^ Withington {Joseph Weeks,^ Philip,^ Ebenezer,* 
Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), A. B. (Harvard, 1821), born at 
Dorchester 28 Oct. 1798, died at Jackson, Mich., 31 Aug. 
1892. He married first, at Newburyport, 9 June 1825, 
Mary Stacy Frothingham, born at Newburyport 20 May 
1800, died 29 Oct. 1829, daughter of Benjamin and Mary 
(Stacy); and secondly, at Newburyport, 5 Apr. 1832, 
Elizabeth Ford, bom 11 July 1805, died 25 Dec. 1891, 
daughter of Joseph of West Bridgewater. 

He was ordained a clergyman of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church 10 Sept. 1840, and was minister at Ashfield, Leices- 
ter, and Swansea. He hved also at Dorchester. He went to 
• Washington, D. C, in 1859, and lived there until 1892, 
when, a widower for the second time, he removed to Jackson, 
Mich., and died at the residence of his son, Brig. Gen. 
Wilham Herbert Withington. 

Children by first wife: 
i. Eliza Frothingham,* b. at Ashfield 24 Mar. 1826; m. at Boston, 
15 Dec. 1850, Horace Pearson Notes, b. at Newbmyport 12 
Aug. 1819, s. of Silas and Judith (Pearson). Children: 1. Helen 
Maria, b. 28 Nov. 1851; m. in 1878 Stilhnan A. Tucker. 2. 
Elijah Withington, b. 8 Aug. 1855. 3. Nathaniel Dodge, b. 2 
Mar. 1857; d. young. 4. Katharine Dodge, b. 28 Mar. 1858; d. 
21 Jan. 1873. 
ii. William White, b. 20 Apr. 1829; d. 29 June 1829. 

Children by second wife: 

154. iii. Joseph, b. at Dorchester 21 Feb. 1833. 

155. iv. William Herbert, b. at Dorchester 1 Feb. 1835. 

V. Mary Stacy, b. at Leicester 19 June 1840; unm. She is an author 

and writer for periodicals. 
vi. Caroline Frothingham, b. at Dorchester 18 Aug. 1842; d. in 

Washington, D. C; m. William White Clapp, b. 11 Dec. 

1848. 
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ton, D. C, 31 Dec. 1877; m. 24 Dec. 1870 Niles Hubbard 
Thompson. Children: 1. Melville Withington, b. 22 Oct. 1871. 

2. Edith, b. in 1877; m. —. Baker. 

viii. Gertrude, b. 17 Sept. 1848; iinm. She is a writer of fiction and 
an art critic. 

102. George Richards Minot^ Withington (Ebenezer,^ Philip,^ 

William,^ Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), A. B. (University of 
Vermont, 1825), A. M. {ih., 1828), honorary A. M. (Harvard, 
1828), born at Bridgewater 18 Dec. 1801, died at Lancaster 
11 May 1858. He married at Bolton, 26 Aug. 1830, Lau- 
RiNDA Gardner, born at Bolton 5 Sept. 1802, died in 1885, 
daughter of Hon. Stephen Partridge and Achsah (Moore) 
Gardner and sister of Theodore Gardner, who married her 
husband's sister, Lucy Ann Withington (54, v). 

He was a lawyer, and was cashier of the bank at Lancaster. 

Children, born at Bolton: 

156. i. George Gardner,^ b. 26 July 1831. 

ii. Stephen Gardner, b. 15 June 1834; went to sea and was never 

heard from; d. unm. 
iii. Mary Elizabeth, b. 14 July 1841; m. 9 June 1870 Capt. William 

James Eldredge, U.S.N., who d. at Newfield, N. J., 15 Aug. 

1873, s. of Henry and Sarah (Comstock). Children: 1. George 

Withington, b. 8 Apr. 1871. 2. Winifred Comstock, b. 11 Aug, 

1872. 

103. Henry^ Withington (Newell,^ Philip,^ William,^ Philip,^ 

Richard,^ Henry^), bom in Boston 19 Dec. 1812, died at 
East Orange, N. J., 13 July 1898. He married in Baltimore, 
Md., 20 Aug. 1839, Virginia Waters, born in Baltimore 20 
Nov. 1820, died in New York City 11 Jan. 1886, daughter of 
Col. Richard and EUzabeth Jane (Boyle). 
Children, bom in Baltimore: 

i. Richard Waters,' b. 30 June 1840; d. unm. in New York City 
17 Dec. 1917. Residence, East Orange, N. J. 

157. ii. Henry, b. 4 Mar. 1849. 

iii. Susan, b. 20 Jan. 1852; unm. 

iv. Rose Harmanson, b. 23 Sept. 1857; d. at Orange, N. J., 12 Nov. 
1909; m. in New York City, 24 Aug. 1884, Ernest Cotterill. 

104. JoHN^ Withington {Ahiel,^ Abiel,^ Abiel,^ ? Joseph,^ Richard,^ 

Henry^), born at Roxbury 20 Sept. 1775, died at Dorchester 
27 Feb. 1817. He married at Leicester, 12 Mar. 1797, 
Sarah^ Porter, baptized at South Weymouth in Apr. 1777, 
died at Dorchester 23 Aug. 1859, ''Aged 82," daughter of 
Josiah^ (Richard,* John,^ John,^ Richard^ and Deborah 
(Higgins).* 
Children: 
i. Sarah Porter,^ b. at Dorchester 5 Mar. 1798; d. young.f 

158. ii. JosiAH, b. at Dorchester 8 Mar. 1800. 

159. iii. John, b. in 1802. 

iv. Sarah, b. in 1804; d. at West Medford in 1873; m. in Boston, 
30 Nov. 1826, William Bates Porter, b. at Canaan, N. H., 
in 1801, s. of Elias and Sarah (Bates). Children: 1. William 

•Her death record incorrectly calls her daughter of "John and Foster." 

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1838: m. in Boston, 1 Jan. 1860, Joseph T. Wilson, b. at New 
Castle, N.H., 18 Jan. 1836, s. of William and Mary (Neal); 



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Castle, N. H., 

seven children. 
Eunice, b. in 1807; d. s.p.; m. (intention recorded 10 Mar. 1842) 

John Keyes of Dorchester. 
vi. Caroline Parker, b. in 1809; d. at Concord, N. H., about 1858; 

m. at Roxbury, 5 Dec. 1839, William Cheever, Jr., who d. 

at Pawlet, Vt., 8 May 1869, s. of William and Juliana (Corey). 

Child: 1. William, d. young, 
vii. William, b. at Dorchester 12 May 1813; d. at sea, unm., 30 July 

1831. 
viii. A child, b. 1 Aug. 1816; d. at Dorchester 1 Dec. 1817. 

105. William^ 'Withington (Robert,'^ James,^ Hopestill,^ Richard* 

Johny^ Richard,^ Henry^) was born at Wrentham 26 Feb. 
1785. He married, 29 Oct. 1810, Lydia (Cole) Rich, 
widow, born at Biddeford, Me., 8 Oct. 1783, died 22 Sept. 
1850, daughter of Nathaniel and Sophia (Belcher) (Tarbox) 
Cole. 
Children, born at Portland, Me. : 

160. i. Henry,» b. 3 Jan. 1812. 

ii. Jane, b. 5 May 1813; m. David Osborn Colburn (75, x, 1), s. 

of Abram (or Archibald) and Thirza (Withington). 
iii. Charles, b. 4 Apr. 1814; d. young. 

161. iv. Charles, b. 18 Oct. 1815. 

162. V. James, b. 31 Jan. 1817. 

vi. Sarah Ann, b. 7 May 1819; m. in Boston, 26 Jan. 1841, William 
Haynes. Children: 1. Martha Elizabeth, b. 24 Dec. 1841. 2. 
William Henry, b. 2 Jan. 1843. 3. Harriet Amelia, b. 4 Sept. 
1844. 

vii. Lydia, b. 13 Jan. 1821. 

viii. Elizabeth Cole, b. 1 May 1822. 

ix. Clarissa, b. 17 Apr. 1824. 

X. Matilda, b. 26 May 1825; d. young. 

xi. Caroline Matilda, b. 27 June 1827. 

xii. Maria Long, b. 1 Mar. 1829. 

106. Joseph* Withington (? James,'' James,^ Hopestill,^ Richard*' 

John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), "of Braintree'' in his marriage 
record, married at Weymouth, 4 Apr. 1802, Olive Puffer, 
born at Abington 16 Sept. 1776, daughter of John and 
Silence (Jackson). 

Children : 
L Olive,' b. at Braintree 12 Dec. 1802; perhaps m. Kennedy 

or LOVEKIN. 

163. ii. Samuel Jackson (perhaps), b. at Kingston or West Randolph 

about 1803. 
iii. A SON, b. in 1805; d. at Weymouth 25 Sept. 1805. 
Perhaps others. 

107. Henry* Withington (Henry,'' James,^ Hopestill,^ Richard* 

John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), bom at Medford 9 Aug. 1800, died 
there 12 Apr. 1870. He married first, at Medford, 15 Dec. 
1827, Eunice Blanchard, bom at Charlestown 26 Mar. 
1801, died at Medford 5 June 1845, daughter of Hezekiah 
and Eunice (Floyd); and secondly, 15 Nov. 1848, Eliza 
Ann Symmes, born in Aug. 1808, died at Medford in 1887, 
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He was a manufacturer of crackers and biscuits, and es- 
tablished his first bakery at Medford in 1825. 

Children by first wife, bom at Medford : 
i. Susan Esther, » b. 20 Apr. 1829; d. at Medford 29 Mar. 1912; m. 
at Medford, 30 May 1852, Humphrey Barrett Howe. b. at 
Medford in 1818,. d. there in 1885. Children: 1. Fanny Rebecca, 
b. 23 Oct. 1853; d. in 1913. 2. Elizabeth WUhington, b. 6 July 
1858. 3. Horace Joseph, b. 2 Jan. 1860; d. 21 Jan. 1911. 

164. ii. Henry, b. 30 Aug. 1832. 

iii. Eunice Blanchard, b. 29 Nov. 1834; d. s.p. at Castine, Me., 
in 1861; m. at Castine, in July 1860, Georqe H. Witherle, 
b. in Boston in 1784, d. at Castine in 1860, s. of William. 

165. iv. George KroDER, b. 2 Aug. 1837. 

V. Hezekiah, b. 31 Dec. 1838; d. at Medford 23 May 1839. 

108. James^ Withington (Henry,'' James,^ Hopestill,^ Richard,^ 

John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), bom at Medford 26 Dec. 1808, 
died in the South before the Civil War. He married first, 
in Boston, 14 Dec. 1834, Delia Geyer, bom in Boston 27 
Dec. 1813, died there 24 Apr. 1842, daughter of Samuel 
Allen and Mary (Kingman); and secondly, in Boston, 
Mary Ann Geyer, born in Boston 7 Sept. 1808, died in 
South Boston in 1847, sister of his first wife. 

Children by first wife, the second one born at Wobum, 
the others in Boston : 
i. Mart Ann,» b. 1^ Feb. 1835; m. in Boston, 25 July 1869, Charles 

Hartwell Russell, b. at Brownsville, Vt., 25 July 1842, d. 

in Boston 25 Oct. 1897, s. of George and Lydia (Dodge). No 

children, 
ii. Emma Jane, b. 3 Oct. 1836; d. unm. at Medfield or Danvers 28 

Sept. 1919. 
liL Caleb Strong, b. 17 Nov. 1838; d. in Boston 13 Apr. 1839. 
iv. James Henry, b. 5 Mar. 1840; d. unm. at Cambridge 23 Aug. 

1916. 
V. Eunice Kingman (twin), b. 17 Jan. 1842: d. 30 May 1842. 
vi. LoxnsA Parker (twin), b. 17 Jan. 1842; d. 30 May 1842. 

109. Thomas S.* Withington (Stephen,'' James,^ Hopestill,^ Rich- 

ard,* John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), bom in Boston 16 Sept. 1816, 
died at Cambridgeport after 1876. He married in Boston, 
20 Jan. 1833, Hannah Blanchard, born in Boston in 1812, 
died at Cambridgeport 10 Apr. 1871. 

Children, bom in Boston: 
i. Mart Elizabeth," b. 18 Mar. 1834. 
ii. Caroline A., b. 9 Aug. 1837. 
iii. Richard S., b. 17 Sept. 1840. 
iv. Henrietta H., b. 13 Dec. 1842. 
V. Henry, b. 8 Oct. 1843; d. 13 June 1845. 
vi. Georgiana D., b. 18 Dec. 1844. 
vii. Henry E., b. 29 Sept. 1846. 
viii. Eugene A., b. 26 Aug. 1848. 
ix. Pauline L., b. 9 Apr. 1852. 
X. Hannah R., b. 24 Aug. 1854. 
xi. William G., b. 9 Aug. 1859; m. . Residence, Allston. 

He has two sons, Harold and George, both of whom served in 

the United States Army in the World War. 

110. Isaac* Withington (Isaac,'' Thomas,^ Hopestill,^ Richard,* 

John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Dorchester 21 Aug. 1802, 



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died there 23 Jan. 1877. He married first, at Canton, 21 
June 1832, Sarah Ann Bethune, born 26 Jan. 1810, died at 
Dorchester 11 Oct. 1838; and secondly, at Roxbury, 14 Oct. 
1841, Abigail Barnard, born 7 Aug. 1800, died 20 Feb. 
1875, daughter of Daniel and Betsey (Stedman). 
Children by first wife: 

166. i. Nathan Crane,' b. at Dorchester 10 Apr. 1833. 

167. ii. James S., b. 15 Dec. 1834. 

iii. Mary Elizabeth, b. 14 Apr. 1837; d. 12 May 1838. 

111. William Turner^ Withington (Isaac,'' Thomas,^ Hopestill,^ 

Richard,^ John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), bom at Dorchester 10 
June 1807, died 16 Nov. 1887. He married at Dorchester, 
25 Apr. 1839, Nancy Dunbar Harrod, born at Charlton 
3 Jan. 1813, daughter of Jonathan, 2nd, and Nancy (Dun- 
bar) . 

Children, bom at Dorchester: 
i. William Henry,' b. 4 Mar. 1840; d. 6 Sept. 1841. 
ii. Ellen Harrod, b. 2 Oct. 1841; m. at Dorchester, 9 Oct. 1866, 
George L. Pitman, b. in 1841, s. of George H. and Charlotte. 
No children. 
iii. Mart Ann, b. 15 Oct. 1843; d. unm. at Dorchester 11 July 1864. 
iv. Sarah Elizabeth, b. 27 July 1846; d. s.p. at Dorchester 21 Feb. 
1876; m. at Dorchester, 27 Oct. 1874, Walter H. Cox of Cam- 
bridge, s. of Henry and Hannah. 
V. Catharine Georgetta, b. 19 July 1848; d. at Dorchester 14 
May 1849. 

112. Rev. Hiram^ Withington (Isaac,'' Thomas,^ Hopestill,^ 

Richard,^ John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Dorchester 29 
July 1818, died at Leominster 30 Oct. 1848. He married 
first, at Dorchester, 19 Nov. 1844, Elizabeth Humphries 
Clap, born 18 Sept. 1816, died at Leominster 3 Dec. 1845, 
daughter of WilUam and Ehzabeth (Humphries) ; and sec- 
ondly, at Northfield, 21 Feb. 1848, Phila A. Field, born 
at Northfield 25 Mar. 1826, daughter of George and Phila 
(Holton). 

He was settled as a clergyman at Leominster, 

Child by first wife: 

168. i. William Clapp,' b. at Leominster 24 Nov. 1845. 

113. James Harvey^ Withington (James Harvey,'' Ehenezer,^ 

Samuel,^ Samuel,'^ John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), A.B. (Water- 
ville College, now Colby College, 1843), A.M. (ih.), born at 
Peru, Me., 5 June 1813, died at South Amboy, N. J., 3 June 
1877. He married Alfreda Bosworth of Solon, Me. 

He was principal of Anson Academy, Me., 1843-1846, 
principal of Hallowell Academy, Me., 1846-1854, principal 
of a school at German town, Pa., 1854-1869, and principal 
of Stevensdale Institute, South Amboy, N. J., from 1869 
until his death. 

Children : 
i. James Harvey,' Uving at San Francisco, Cal., in 1876. 

ii. Augustus Harvey, living at Newton Centre in 1920; m. . 

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Robert P., all of whom served in France in the American Expedi- 
tionary Force in the World War. 
iii. Alfreda BoswoRTH, M.D., unm. Residence, Pittsfield. She is 
a physician in active practice, and served with the American 
Expeditionary Force in France in the World War. 

114. Nathaniel Tucker^ Withington (Edward J Edward,^ Sam- 

uel,^ Samicel,^ John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Dorchester 
25 Feb. 1812, died at Springwater, N. Y., 23 June 1893. He 
married at Springwater, in 1857 or 1858, Delia M. (Wright) 
Nixon, born at Duanesburg, N. Y., 5 Jan. 1821, died at 
Springwater in Nov. 1905, daughter of Samuel Wright and 

widow of Nixon. 

Children, born at Springwater, N. Y. : 
i. Jane,' b. 16 Oct. 1859; d. in 1861. 

169. ii. Edward Harper, b. 25 Oct. 1861. 

115. Samuel Howe^ Withington (Edward,'^ Edward,^ Samuel,^ 

Samuel,^ John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Windsor 11 Nov. 
1816, died at Springwater, N. Y., 9 Aug. 1907. He married 
first, at Springwater, 2 Jan. 1842, Alma Ingoldsby, born 
17 May 1823, died 6 Dec. 1850, daughter of Silas and 
Rebecca (Clark); secondly, at South Alabama, N. Y., 21 
Jan. 1855, Frances Cook, bom 15 Oct. 1829, died 30 Mar. 
1866; and thirdly, at Honeoye, N. Y., 1 Sept. 1867, Nancy 
E. Allen, b. 5 Nov. 1823, died at Springwater in June 1907. 
Child by first wife : 

170. i. George Edward," b. at Alabama, N. Y., 14 June 1843. 

Child by second wife: 
ii. William Lewis, b. 26 Nov. 1856; d. 16 Aug. 1878. 

116. Albert Marcus^ Withington (Edward,"^ Edward,^ Samuel,^ 

Samuel,^ John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Windsor 10 Apr. 
1825, died at Springwater, N. Y., 22 Nov. 1907. He married 
at Springwater, 31 Jan. 1858, Mary Elizabeth Bullard, 
born at Moira, N. Y., 19 Sept. 1837, died at Springwater 17 
Sept. 1906, daughter of Nathan and Lucy Amanda (Law- 
rence). 

Children, born at Springwater, N. Y. : 

i. Robert Franklin," b. 8 June 1862; d. unm. 16 June 1892. 

ii. Julia Elizabeth, b. 20 Aug. 1864; m. at Springwater, N. Y., 
28 Jan. 1886, William Farnsworth Robie, b. at Bath, N. Y., 
11 June 1862, s. of Levi and Annie (Perkins). Child: 1. Eliza- 
beth Withington^ b. at Cuba, N. Y., 20 Mar. 1902. 

iii. Mary Gertrude, b. 3 June 1872; m. at Springwater, N. Y., 1 
June 1893, William Nelson Willis, b. at Springwater 9 Dec. 
1860, s. of WiUiam and Mary Helen (Walker). 

iv. Eliza Jane, b. 18 Apr. 1875; m. at Springwater, N. Y., 20 Aug. 
1908, Nathan Kellogg Marion, b. at Springwater 5 Oct. 
1873, s. of Addison Gardner and Ruth Ann (Curtice). No 
children. 

117. James Edward^ WiTmNGTON (Samuel,'^ Edward,^ Samuel,^ 

Samuel,^ John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Charleston, S. C, 
23 Mar. 1820, died at Savannah, Ga., 2 Aug. 1877. He mar- 
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Hendry, who died 11 Oct. 1844; secondly, at Brunswick, 
Ga., 4 June 1846, Eliza Ann Folker, bom 23 Jan. 1829, 
died 24 Sept. 1851; thirdly, at Savannah, 21 Nov. 1852, 
Mary Ann Goddard, who died 21 Sept. 1853; and fourthly, 
at Savannah, 25 Nov. 1854, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Austin. 

Child by first wife: 
i. Martha Washington,' b. at Savannah, Ga., 27 Sept. 1844: m. 

there, 7 Sept. 1871, G. T. Theus (or Theurs), who d. 12 Sept. 

1874. 

Children by second wife: 

ii. Henrietta, b. at Brunswick,' Ga., 12 Apr. 1848; m. 10 July 1868 
Thomas McDonald. 

171. iii. Joseph Samuel, b. at Savannah, Ga., 25 Aug. 1850. 

iv. Ann Eliza, b. at Savannah, Ga., 24 Aug. 1851; m. there, 12 June 
1872, John H. Willing. 

118. Nathaniel^ Withington (Lemuel/ Lemuel,^ Samuel,^ Samuel* 

John,^ Richard,'^ Henry^), born at Dorchester about 1823, 
died at Milton 10 Apr. 1868. He married (intention re- 
corded at Dorchester, 2 Mar. 1845) Mary Lucy Homer, 
born at Dorchester 23 Sept. 1824, daughter of Joseph and 
Mary. 

Children, the sixth one bom at Dedham, the others at 
Dorchester: 
i. Adelaide,' b. 2 Feb. 1846; m. at Dorchester, 10 Nov. 1868, JoHif 

E. Short, b. in Boston in 1846, s. of John E. and Mary E. 
ii. MARLi Louise, b. 10 Apr. 1847; d. at Dorchester 14 Oct. 1847. 
iii. Maria LomsA, b. in Jan. 1849. 
iv. Charles Edward, b. 1 July 1850; d. at Dorchester 25 Aug. 1851. 

172. V. Lemuel, b. 27 Feb. 1852. 

vi. Edgar Frank, b. 6 May 1855. 
^ vii. Florence, b. 6 Oct. 1857. 

119. Isaac Chandler^ Withington (Phineas,'^ Phinehas,^ Samuel,^ 

Samuel,* John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Kingston, N. J., 
29 Jan. 1820, died in New York City 22 Nov. 1881. He 
married in New York City, 18 Sept. 1844, Maria Roshore 
Platt, born there 20 Apr. 1825, died at Christmas Cove, 
Me., 13 Sept. 1916, daughter of George Wood and Eliza 
(Roshore) . 

He was an assayer and refiner of gold and silver. 

Children : 
i. George Platt, » b. 19 June 1846; d. 24 Apr. 1851. 

173. ii. Charles Sumner, b. in New York City 7 Apr. 1849. 
iii. Laura Elliott, b. 28 June 1853; unm. 

iv. Annie Louise, b. 10 Feb. 1856; unm. 

V. Irving Platt, b. 5 June 1858; m. in New York City, 27 Apr. 
1886, Sybella White. No children. 

174. vi. Chandler, b. at Kingston, N. J., 8 Nov. 1860. 

vii. Maria Roshore, b. 24 May 1863; d. in New York City 8 July 

1915; m. at Kingston, N. J., 5 June 1884, E. R. Bellman. 
viii. Eliza Platt, b. 14 Sept. 1868; d. 31 Dec. 1898. 

120. Charles Henry^ Withington {Increase Sumner,'' Phinehas* 

Samuel,^ Samuel* John,^ Richard,'^ Henry^), born 15 Jan. 
1834, died in St. Louis, Mo., about 1914. He married in St. 



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Louis, 14 Nov. 1859, Sarah Maria Kennedy, bom 2 June 
1840, daughter of Henry and Sarah Maria. 

Child: 
i. Florence," b. 30 Nov. 1865; d. imm. 

121. Sumner Andrew^ (Charles,"^ Phinehas,^ Samuel,^ Samuelf* 

John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), bom at Needham (Wellesley) 16 
Oct. 1828, died at Stockton, Cal., 11 Mar. 1908. He mar- 
ried at Quissett, 7 May 1857, Lydia Carlton Davis, bom 
at Fahnouth 7 Aug. 1837, Hving at Stockton, Cal., in 1917, 
daughter of Capt. Francis and Sabra (Hatch). 

He was a whaler for some years, and then moved to 
Greenwood, Eldorado Co., Cal., and engaged in mining. 

Children : 

175. i. Charles Warren,' b. at Falmouth 8 Aug. 1862. 

ii. Caroline Chandler, b. at Greenwood, Cal., 18 Oct. 1867; m. 

Fred. Llewellyn Kinkaid. 
iii. Lemuel Davis, b. at Greenwood, Cal., 18 Dec. 1874; d. 27 June 

1875. 

122. Charles Phineas^ Withington {Charles^'' Phinehas,^ Samuel,'^ 

Samuel,* John,^ Richard,^ Henry^) was born at Kingston, 
N. J., 7 Dec. 1832. He married, 6 Mar. 1856, his first 
cousin, Martha Jane Fuller (36, xiii, 4), born 9 Dec. 1836, 
daughter of Jonathan and Sarah Ann (Withington) of Need- 
ham (Wellesley). 

Children : 
i. Helen Maria,' b. 22 Aug. 1857. 
ii. Adeline Carleton, b. 19 Dec. 1859. 

123. Edward Otis^ Withington (Otis,'' Enos,^ Samuel,^ Samuel*^ 

John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Brookline 5 Nov. 1829, 
died at Columbia, S. C., 21 June 1873. He married at 
Savannah, Ga., 6 Dec. 1855, Pamelia N. Remshart of 
Savannah. 
Children: 

i. Annie Caroline,* b. 25 Jan. 1857; d. unm. 27 May 1880. 

ii. Edward, b. 6 May 1858; d. 3 Nov. 1858. 

iii. Sarah Jane, b. 4 Nov. 1860; d. 5 Aug. 1861. 

176. iv. John Walthour Remshart, b. at Columbia, S. C, 30 Dec. 1861. 
V. George Giffopd, b. 13 Sept. 1864; d. unm. at Jacksonville, Fla., 

in Oct. 1904. 

124. James Clap^ Withington {Otis,^ Enos,^ Samuel,'^ Samuel* 

John,^ Richard,'^ Henry^), born at Brookline 25 Feb. 1844, 
was Uving at Los Angeles, Cal., in 1919. He married in 
Boston, 11 Aug. 1879, Alice Mary Brasner, born in Eng- 
land 14 Nov. 1852, daughter of William and Harriet (Keene). 

Child: 
i. Edith,' b. in Boston 28 June 1882; d. 12 Mar. 1889. 

125. Charles Francis^ Withington (Otis,'' Enos,^ Samuel,^ Sam- 

uel,* John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), A. B. (Harvard, 1874), M. D. 
(lb., 1881), born at Brookline 21 Aug. 1852, died in Boston 
7 Jan. 1917. He married at Roxbury, 20 Sept. 1883, Geor- 



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GiANA® BowEN, bom at Roxbury 7 June 1859, daughter of 
Stephen^ and Georgia Anna (Richmond).* 

He was a prominent physician of Boston and a writer on 
medical subjects. He resided at 1 Ehn Hill Avenue, Rox- 
bury, until 1902, when he moved to 35 Bay State Road, 
Boston. 

Children, bom at Roxbury: 

177. i. Sidney' (twin), b. 7 June 1884. 

ii. Robert (twin), A. B. (Harvard, 1906), A. M. (i6., 1909), Ph. D. 
(ib., 1913), b. 7 June 1884; unm. In 1909-10 he was ledeur 
d'anglais at the University of Lyons, France. From 1914 to 
1917 he was instructor in English at the University of Indiana, 
with leave of absence (1916) to serve as a member of the Com- 
mission for ReUef in Belgium, at Antwerp and Hasselt. From 
1917 to 1920 he was assistant professor of English at Smith 
College, Northampton, with leave of absence (1918-19) to serve 
in France, first at the request of the American Red Cross, in 
the Bureau of Reconstruction, and later in the Bureau of 
Refugees and ReUef (with the assimilated rank of captain). 
In Aug. 1918 he was commissioned second Ueutenant, Infantry, 
U. S. A., and was detached for Haison service to the staff of the 
French general commanding the Fourteenth Region. He waa 
honorably discharged at St. Aignan, France, 14 Apr. 1919. 
Together with several of his colleagues in the Commission for 
Relief in Belgium, he received in 1919 the rank of chevalier in 
the Belgian Order of the Crown, and was made officier d'Academie 
by the French minister of pubUc instruction in 1920. In 1920 
he was appointed associate professor of EngUsh at Smith College. 
He is the author of several books and articles in philological and 
other periodicals. 

iii. Margaret, S. B. (Simmons College, 1920), b. 1 Aug. 1888; en- 
gaged (1921) in library work in Boston. 

178. iv. Paul Richmond, b. 21 June 1890. 

v. Eliot, b. 27 Mar. 1896; d. 25 Apr. 1897. 

126. Henry Herbert^ Withington {Moses,'' Enos,^ Samuel,^ 

Samuel,'^ John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Brookline 17 May 
1846, died at Jamaica Plain 16 Nov. 1887. He married at 
Jamaica Plain, 13 Sept. 1871, Clara Emma Lincoln, born 
at Jamaica Plain 12 Dec. 1847, died there 23 June 1918, 
daughter of Paul and Roxanna Taft (Pierce). 

Children, bom at Jamaica Plain : 
i. Herbert Lincoln," b. 25 July 1872; drowned off the Heron 
Islands, Me., 23 July 1895; unm. 

179. ii. Henry Albert, b. 27 Nov. 1873. 

180. iii. Roland Coolidge, b. 26 Dec. 1874. 

iv. Frank Clapp, b. 25 Feb. 1877; m. at Jamaica Plain, 22 Oct. 1902, 

Edith Warren Nelson. 
V. Howard Pierce, b. 22 May 1879; living unm. in New York City 

in 1^17. 

127. Francis^ Withington {Elias,'' Francis,^ William,^ John,*' 

Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Henniker, N. H., 11 Apr. 
1796, died at Hanover, N. H., 27 Sept. 1864. He married, 
in Mar. 1824, Joanna Fitts, born at Dorchester, N. H., 
22 Sept. 1798, daughter of Richard and Mary (Powell) 

•Stephen Bowen, born at Newport. R. I., 31 Oct. 1829, died at Roxbxiry 3 Oct. 1888. He married 
in Nov. 1855 Georgia Anna Richmond, born at Savannah, Ga., in 1829, died at Roxbury in Jan. 
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and sister of Lydia Fitts, first wife of his brother William 
Mason (128). 

He went to Hanover about 1812 and lived there until his 
death. 

Children: 
i. Oscar R.,» b. about 1826. 

181. ii. Moses Elias, b. at Hanover, N. H., 31 Jan. 1828. 

182. iii. Ephraim Fitts, b. at Hanover, N. H., 21 Jan. 1830. 
iv. Richard W., b. about 1832. 

V. Rhoda Ann, b. about 1834. 

vi. Lorinda Colburn, b. 21 Oct. 1836; d. 14 Mar. 1903; m. 23 Sept. 

1879 Joshua Atwood Colburn, b. at Wentworth, N. H., 9 

Sept. 1826, d. 28 Jan. 1890. 
vii. CoNVERS Fitts, b. about 1839. 

128. William Mason^ Withington {Elias,'' Francis,^ WilUanif^ 

John,^ Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Henniker, N. H., 
8 Apr. 1801, died 4 Feb. 1884. He married first, 10 Apr. 
1823, Lydia Fitts, born at Dorchester, N. H., 29 Sept. 1800, 
died at Enfield, N. H., 7 May 1868, daughter of Richard and 
Mary (Powell) and sister of Joanna Fitts, wife of his brother 
Francis (127); and secondly, 21 Apr. 1869, Lydia Cole, who 
died at Enfield 20 Aug. 1880. 

Children by first wife, born at Hanover, N. H.: 

i. Gardner Fitts,» b. 25 Jan. 1824; d. 8 June 1824. 

183. ii. Sylvester, b. 12 Apr. 1825. 
iii. Elias, b. 4 Dec. 1829. 

iv. Rachel Mason, b. 25 Jan. 1831; d. at Hanover, N. H., 25 Aug. 

1833. 
V. Mart McKean, b. 8 June 1833. 
vi. Pluma, b. 17 July 1837; d. at Hanover, N. H., 29 Aug. 1861; 

m. 7 Apr. 1860 . 

vii. William Gardner, b. 25 Jan. 1841; went to Iowa about 1878. 

129. Robert^ Withington (Elias,'' Francis,^ William,^ John,* 

Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Henniker, N. H., 1 Mar. 
1807, died at Toledo, Iowa, 2 Aug. 1891. He married at 
Hanover, N. H., in 1825, Sally Putney, born at Hebron, 
N. H., in 1806, died at Toledo, Iowa, 12 Apr. 1879, daughter 
of Ellsworth. 

Children : 
i. Susan,' b. at Canaan, N. H., 11 Apr. 1826; m. about 1842 Clark 
Clough. 

184. ii. Horace Harrison, b. at Dorchester, N. H., 21 Jan. 1829. 

iii. LuciNDA Ann, b. 1 Apr. 1830; d. at Ekoy, Wis.; m. Julius A. 

iv. LuciNA, b. 27 Nov. 1834; d. unm. in 1858. 

185. V. Nathan Hurlburt, b. at Dorchester, N. H^ 30 Aug. 1838. 

vi. Louisa Emmeline, b. at Hanover, N. H., 9 Oct. 1842; m. in Nov. 
1858 Silas Whidden Durkee, b. at Hanover 31 Mar. 1837, 
s. of Elisha and Rebecca W. (Hayes). Children: 1. George 
Morse, b. in Nov. 1859. 2. Arthur Robert, b. 5 Aug. 1862. 3. 
Myron Elisha, b. 16 Jan. 1866. 4. Ada Lucina, b. in Oct. 1869. 
5. Irwin Henry, b. in June 1875. 

vii. Lorenzo A., b. in 1848; d. in 1852. 

viii. Adelia, b. about 1850; d. young. 

130. Cyrus^ Withington {Joel,'' Francis,^ William,^ John,* Philip,^ 

Richard,^ Henry^), born 28 Aug. 1804, died at Wihnot 



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Flat, N. H., 20 Dec. 1882. He married at Henniker, N. H., 

26 Dec. 1833, Elizabeth G. Harriman, born at Henniker 

15 Jan. 1808, died at Wilmot Flat 11 Sept. 1869, daughter of 

Gould and Phebe (Eager). 
Children: 

i. Fidelia,' b. 25 Sept. 1834; d. 13 Nov. 1847. 

ii. Louisa M., b. 30 May 1839; d. at Andover, N. H., 29 Dec. 1913; 
m. 27 Oct. 1857 Andrew J. Nelson, b. at Deerfield, N. H., 
4 Aug. 1830, d. at Northfield, N. H., in Feb. 1878, s. of Nicholas 
and Polly. Five children. 

iii. Anna Jane, b. 29 June 1841; d. 27 Oct. 1847. 

iv. Almena (twm), b. 24 Aug. 1844; d. 4 Nov. 1847. 

V. Minerva (twin), b. 24 Aug. 1844; d. 7 July 1847. 

131. SoLANDER W.^ Withington {Jacoh,^ Francis,^ William,^ John*" 

Philip,^ Richard,'^ Henry^), born 22 Aug. 1819, died 14 Sept. 
1874. He married, about 1850, Sarah W. Meech, who died 
in Oct. 1903. 
Child: 
186. i. James Watts,' b. at Muscatine, Iowa, in 1851. 

132. Ephraim Andrews* Withington (Mather,"^ William,^ William,^ 

John* Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), of Rockland, Me., was 
bom 22 Feb. 1825. He married Dolly Goodhill Miller. 
Children : 

i. Benjamin Bates,' b. in 1849. 
ii. Caroline H., b. in 1854. 
iiL Augusta Bates, b. in 1856. 
iv. Dolly Goodhill, b. in 1858. 

V. Julia Miller, b. at Rockland, Me., 16 May 1860; m. 1 Sept. 
1885 Oscar E. Blackinqton. 

133. William* Withington (William,'^ Elisha,^ William,^ John* 

Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^) was born at Grafton 16 Mar. 
1804. He married first, about 1837, Angelina K. Fitts, 
who died about 1839; and secondly, at Royalston, 9 Apr. 
1840, Abigail R. Fitts. 

Child by first wife: 
i. Melissa R.,' b. at Royalston in 1837; d. 3 Apr. 1839. 

Child by second wife: 
ii. William A. Herbert, b. at Royalston 4 Apr. 1841. 

134. Ira* Withington (Benjamin,'^ Samuel,^ William,^ John,* 

Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born 21 May 1817, died at Lud- 
low, Vt., 3 May 1859. He married, about 1840, Dolly 
BuRNAP, bom about 1822, died at Ludlow 24 Apr. 1850, 
aged 28, daughter of Edward and Anna. 

Child: 
i. Charles H.,' b. about 1841. 

135. John Albert^ Withington {Eli,'' Samuel,^ William,^ John,* 

Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^) was born at Stow 19 Aug. 1820. 
He married at Stow, 1 June 1843, Elizabeth Wyman 
Tenney, bom 1 June 1822, daughter of Daniel and Judith 
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Children: 

i. Mart Estabrooks,» b. 1 Oct. 1844; m. 15 Mar. 1875 . 

ii. Susan Muzzy, b. 3 June 1846; m. in Nov. 1871 . 

iii. Albert Eli, b. 26 May 1848. 



iv. Phebe Arethusa, b. 30 Mar. 1850; m. 11 Aug. 1871 
187. V. Eben F., b. 14 Sept. 1852. 
vi. William L., b. 2 Jan. 1856. 
vii. John Tenney, b. 30 Aug. 1858. 
viii. Oscar Pillsbury, b. 18 Mar. 1861. 
ix. Sarah A., b. 12 May 1867. 

[To be concluded] 



GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH IN ENGLAND 

Contributed by G. Andrews Moriarty, Jr., A.M., LL.B., of Newport, R. I., 
and communicated by the Committee on English Research 

[Continued from page 235] 
Clarke-Cooke {alias Carewe)-Kerrich 

In this instalment of "Genealogical Research in England" records 
are given relating to the English ancestry and connections of Dr. 
John Clarke, the famous settler of Newport, R. I.* 

Dr. John Clarke is one of those persons to whom historical justice 
has never been done. With Roger WiUiams he ranks among the 
founders of Rhode Island; for, if WiUiams was the originator of the 
idea upon which that Colony was founded, it was the calm and 
judicial statesmanship of John Clarke that gave poHtical form and 
stabihty to that idea. It was due to his skill as a diplomatist while 
he was the agent of the Colony in England that Rhode Island 
escaped pohtical annihilation at the hands of her bitter and vin- 
dictive enemies in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Plymouth; and 
it is to John Clarke that she owes the Charter of 1663, which has 
been styled the most hberal constitution existing in the world at the 
time of its promulgation, and which formed the fundamental law 
of the Colony and State of Rhode Island down to the year 1842. 

The paternal ancestry of Dr. John Clarke and his three brothers 
who hkewise settled in Newport is revealed by the records contained 
in the family Bible which Dr. Clarke brought from England. This 
Bible, a copy of the Geneva version of 1608, has been handed down 
in the hne descended from John Clarke, son of the inmiigrant Joseph 
Clarke and nephew of Dr. John Clarke. The earliest entries in it, 
twenty in number, were made by Thomas Clarke of Westhorpe, co. 
Suffolk, the father of Dr. John Clarke; the next two entries were 
probably made by one of Thomas Clarke's children; and the next 
three entries appear to have been made by Joseph Clarke, youngest 
son of Thomas, who was the only one of the four brothers who came 
to New England who left descendants in this country. Two more 
entries record the deaths of Joseph Clarke and his son John, and 

•The contributor acknowledges his indebtedness to Vincent B. Redstone, Esq., of Woodbridge, 
CO. Suffolk, Eng., for valuable assistance in securing many of the records given in this article. 



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the remaining entries relate to members of the family of later gen- 
erations, 

A few extracts from these Bible records were published in the 
Magazine of New England History, vol. 1, pages 202 et seq. (October, 
1891), and all the records were printed verbatim in ''The 'Clarke' 
Families of Rhode Island," by the late George Austin Morrison, Jr., 
pubHshed in New York in 1902. From the Bible records and from 
entries found in the parish registers of Westhorpe, co. Suffolk, Mr. 
Morrison was able to trace the paternal ancestry of Dr. John Clarke 
and his brothers back to John Clarke, their great-grandfather. 

In the first subdivision of this article additional Clarke records, 
recently discovered in England, are given, which confirm the Line 
already pubHshed by Mr. Morrison, add many details about this 
family and persons presumably related to it, and correct a few errors 
in Mr. Morrison's book, notably his statement that John Clarke, 
the earliest known ancestor of the family, was of Westhorpe. These 
newly discovered records show that he lived at Finningham, the 
next parish to Westhorpe on the northeast, and that his son John 
established himself at Westhorpe after his marriage with Katherine 
Cooke of that parish. In order to bring together all the known rec- 
ords relating to this Clarke ancestry in England, the entries in the 
Clarke Bible down to and including the year 1704 are reprinted here, 
and are followed by the other Enghsh records, including the entries 
from the parish registers of Westhorpe. In the second and third sub- 
divisions of the article records relating to the Cooke and Kerrich 
famihes are given, and some of these records estabhsh the EngUsh 
ancestry of Katherine Cooke, grandmother of Dr. John Clarke and 
his brothers, and of Rose Kerrich, their mother. In each subdivi- 
sion, after the records, a pedigree is given, in which the history of the 
family in England is presented in genealogical form. 

I. Clarke 
From thb Clakke Family Bible 
[Entries made by Thomas Clarke] 
John Clarke, my grandfather, was buried 3 : March : 1559. 
John Clarke, my father was baptised 11 : February 1541. 
Tomas Clarke, my unkle, was baptised 4 : January : 1543. 
Katherine Kooke, dafter of John Kooke was baptised the : 12 : of february : 

33 year Henry 8 : ano dni 1541. My mother : 
Katherine Kooke, my mother, was buried the : 30 of March ; 1598. 
John Clarke, my father, was buried the : 7 April 1598. 
John Clarke, my brother, born St. Mark's day, baptd i : May : 1569. 
Thomas Clarke, sone of John Clarke, born all saints day, baptised 3 : of 

November, ano dni 1570. 
Carewe Clarke, sone of John Clarke : baptised : 17 : August : 1572 : in the 

: 14 year of the rayne of Quene EHzabeth. 
Xsofor Clarke baptised the 6 : of December ano dmi : 1574 : 
Jhon Clarke : baptised : 17 of March ano dmi : 1577 : 
Margret Clarke : baptised the 8 : June : 1579 : 
Mery Clarke baptised the 21 : September : 1581 : 
Margret Clarke, Dafter of Thomas Clarke was bom the first of february : 

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Care we Clarke : my sone : was born the third of february : 1602 : bemg 
thursday : about fayer daylight : baptised the 17 : february. Collops 
Thursday : 3 day the new moon : singe in pesces. 

Thomas Clarke sone of T : Clarke : baptd the : 31 : st March ; 1605. 

Merie Clarke : baptised : the : 17 July : 1607 : 

John Clarke baptised the : 8 October : 1609 : 

William Clarke : my sone : baptised the : 11 : of february : 1611 : 

Joseph Clarke baptised the : 16 : december : 1618 : borne : 9 : 

[In another handwriting] 

Thomas Clarke, the father of these children departed this life the 29 : of 

July 1627. 
Rose Keridge, his wife dyed the 19 of September, in the yeare of our Lord 

1627. 

[Entries made apparently by Joseph Clarke] 
2 : of the 10 : month : 1674 Thomas Clarke : sonn of Thomas Clarke of 

Wastrup departed this life in nuport on rodiland. 
20 : of the 2 : mo : 1676 : my brother John Clarke : in the night departed 

this life in his owne house in nuport on rodiland. 
Datre Clarke, wife of my Brother Carew Clarke living in ruffum in the conte 

of Suffolk she departed this Ufe : the 13 : of the L 5 : moneth **** in 

the yeerer 1658. 

[Later Entries] 
Mr. Joseph Clarke Deceased the first day of June in the year of our Lord 

one thousand six hundred nintie four. 
John Clarke, the son of Joseph Clarke deceased the 11 day of April in the 

year of our Lord 1704.* 

From Probate Records 

The Will of John Clarke of Finningham [co. Suffolk], yeoman, dated 
26 February 1558/9. To be buried in the churchyard of Finningham. To 
son Thomas Clarke £3. 6s. 8d. To daughters Agnes, Margaryt, Elyn, and 
Johan Clarke £6. 13s. 4d. each, to be paid at marriage or at the age of twenty- 
four years; if any decease prior to this, then their share equaUy to the daugh- 
ters living. To each daughter a brass pot. To wife Margaret her dwelling 
in the parlor or the chamber over it and the bakehouse, her grist to be ground 
at the mill for life. To son John Clarke the tenement and all my lands both 
free and bond lying in ffiningham, Westhorpe, and Gishngham, to him and 
his heirs male of the body, but he is not to enter until twenty-four years of 
age. If he die without such heirs, then to Thomas in like manner, he to enter 
in like manner, and in default to the heirs of John Clarke. The executors 
are to have the occupancy and profit of such lands and tenements until 
John is twenty-four years of age. To son John a feather bed at twenty-four 
years. The rest of the household goods to wife Margaret. Executors: 
wife Margaret and son Thomas Clarke. Proved 7 May 1559. (Archdea- 
conry of Sudbury [Bury St. Edmunds], Register Sparrowe, 67.) 

The Will of Robert Clarke of Finningham [co. Suffolk], yeoman, dated 
22 October 1569. To son John Clarke of Finningham. To wife Alice. To 
daughter JuUan Sewell £10, and to children of said Julian. To Edward 
Clarke, son of my son Robert Clarke, at twenty-four years. Executors: 
wife Alice and John Sewell, my son. Proved by John Sewell 6 February 
1572 [1572/3]. (Archdeaconry of Sudbury [Bury St. Edmunds], Register 
Lange, 89.) 

*The numerouB entries in the Bible subsequent to the year 1704 are omitted in this article, 
but may be found in Morrison's The "Clarke" Families. 

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The Will of John Clarke of ffinyngham [co. Suffolk], weaver, dated 12 
March 1587 [1587/81. My house where I now dwell and twenty acres and 
the land I bought in the field called Milfeld. To daughter Margaret Clarke. 
To Richard Humfreye, my son. To wife Margaret. To my grandchild 
Margaret Humfrye at twenty-one years. To Richard Humfrey and his 
sons and daughters begotten on the body of Mary, my daughter, his wife. 
To daughter Margaret and wife Margaret. Executors: WiUiam Browne 
of Finingham and Robert Keble of Stowmarket. Witnesses: Edward Clarke 
and Robert Coxer. Proved 6 June 1588. (Archdeaconry of Sudbury [Bury 
St. Edmunds], Register Goddarde, 24.) 

From the Transcripts of the Parish Registers of Finningham, 

CO. Suffolk 

Baptisms 

1574 Thomas Clarke son of Thomas 9 January [1574/5]. 

1576 Mary Clarke daughter of Thomas and Dorothy 3 April. 

1577 Jone Clarke daughter of John and Catherine 17 March [1577/8]. 

1578 Thomas Clarke son of Thomas and Dorothy 16 August. 

1579 Margaret Clarke daughter of John and Katherine 8 June. 
1581 Mary Clarke daughter of John and Katherine 21 September. 
1588 John Clarke son of Edward and Alice 14 April. 

1598 John Clarke son of John 2 April. 

1599 John Clarke son of John 1 April. 

1599 William Clarke son of John 11 November. 
1608 Lawrence Clarke son of John 30 April. 
1608 Joseph Clarke son of John 1 May. 

Marriage 
1608 George Clarke and Elizabeth Whigtmge 6 November. 

Burials 
1567 Elizabeth Clarke wife of Robert 10 December. 

1572 Robert Clarke 28 September. 

1573 Joan Clarke daughter of Thomas and Dorothy 24 January [1573/4]. 

1574 Thomas Clarke son of Thomas 11 January [1574/5]. 
1587 John Clarke 18 March [1587/8]. 

1598 Katherine Clarke wife of John 30 March. 
1598 John Clarke 8 April. 

Miscellaneous 
■ 1566 Robert Clarke churchwarden of Finningham. 

From the Parish Registers of Rougham, co. Suffolk 
1658 Dorothie wife of Carewe Clarke buried 15 June. 

From the Parish Registers of Westhorpe, co. Suffolk 
Baptisms 
1540 Robert Clarke son of John Clarke 8 September. 
1544 Edward Clarke son of Thomas 1 September. 
1572 Carew Clarke son of John 17 August. 
1574 Christopher Clarke son of John 6 December. 

1581 Ann Clarke daughter of John Clarke 28 January [1581/2]. 

1582 Alice Clarke daughter of Richard Clarke 7 December. 

1583 Mary Clarke daughter of Richard Clarke 2 February [1583/4]. 
1585 Thomas Clarke son of John 20 May. 

1585 Richard Clarke son of Richard 8 February [1585/6]. 



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1587 Susan Clarke daughter of Richard 7 January [1587/81. 
1589 Adrye Clark daughter of John Clarke 14 September.* 
1589 Elizabeth Clarke daughter of Richard 2 November. 

1592 Thomas Clarke son of John 29 October. 

1593 Margaret Clarke daughter of Richard 24 June. 
1597 Martha Clarke daughter of Richard 23 October. 
1605 Thomas Clarke son of Thomas 31 March. 

1607 Marie Clark daughter of Thomas 26 July. 

1608 Margaret Clark daughter of Thomas 12 October. 

1609 John Clarke son of Thomas 8 October. 
1611 Wilham Clarke 16 February [1611/12]. 
1618 Joseph Clarke son of Thomas 16 December. 

Marriages 
1567 John Clarke and Katherine Cooke 12 October. 
1601 Edward Crowde and Ann Clarke 13 May. 

Burials 
1582 Alice Clarke daughter of Richard 8 December. 

1588 Thomas Clarke son of John 10 May. 

1591 Audryt Clarke daughter of John 6 November. 

1594 John Clarke 9 December. 

1624 Jullian wife of Richard Clarke 26 August. 

1627 Thomas Clarke 30 July. 

1627 Rose Clarke 20 September. 

1632 Margaret Clarke, widow, 25 November. 

From Lay Subsidies for co. SuFFOLKt 

15 Henry VIII. [1523^]. 

Finningham. John Clarke in lands £2. 

37 Henry VIII [1545-6]. 

Finningham. John Clarke for goods 12d. 

Robert Clarke for goods 3s. 4d. 
W3^erstone. Thomas Clarke for lands 23. 8d. 

Second payment of the same subsidy. 

Cotton. Robert Clarke in lands 2d. 

Finningham. John Clarke in goods 10s. 

Robert Clarke in lands 2s. 8d. 
Wyverstone. Thomas Clarke in lands 2s. 4d. 

5 EUzabeth [1562-3]. 

Finningham. Richard Clarke in lands [of the yearly 

value of] £2 [tax] 2s. 8d. 
Margaret Clarke, 'widow, in lands [of the 
yearly value of] £4 [tax] 10s. 8d. 
8 EHzabeth [1565-6]. 

Finningham. Margaret Clarke, widow, in lands [of the 

. yearly value of] 22s. [tax] 16d. 
John Clarke in lands [of the yearly value 

of] £5 [tax] 7s. 8d. 
Robert Clarke in lands [of the yearly 
value of] £1 [tax] Is. 4d. 
18 Elizabeth [1575-6]. 

Eye. John Clarke in goods [valued at] £3 [tax] 

5s. 

•This entry haa been taken from the transcripts of the pariah registers of Westhorpe. 
tAdrye, in the transcripts of the Westhorpe registers. 
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Finningham. Thomas Clarke in lands [of the yearly 

value of] £5 [tax] 13s. 4d. 
Margaret Clarice, widow, in lands [of the 

yearly value of] 20s. [tax] 2s. 8d. 
John Clarke in lands [of the yearly value 
of] 20s. [tax] 2s. 8d. 
Westhorpe. John Clarke in lands [of the yearly value 

of] £5 [tax] 13s. 8d. 
39 Elizabeth [1596-7] '(182/424) . 

Eye. Robert Clarke in lands [of the yearly 

value of] 20s. [tax] 4d. 
Finningham. Carewe Clarke in goods [valued at] 40s. 

[tax] 8d. \ 

John and Christopher Clarke in lands [of 
the yearly value of] £4 [tax] 16d. 
39 EUzabeth [1596-7] (182/430). 

Finningham. John Clarke in lands [of the yearly value 

of] 40s. [tax] 8d. 
Christopher Clarke in lands [of the yearly 

value of] 40s. [tax] 8d. 
Carewe Clarke in lands [of the yearly 
value of] 40s. [tax] 8d. 
Wyverstone. Thomas Clarke in goods [valued at] 20s. 

[tax] 4d. 

From Feet of Fines* . 

Final Concord between Thomas Talbott, querent, and Richard Ramsey 
[?] and wife Joan, Thomas Clerke and wife Dorothea, William Browne 
and wife Elizabeth, Edmund Browne, and Andrew Johge and wife Mary, 
deforciants, of one messuage, two gardens, four acres of land, six acres of 
meadow, and twelve acres of pasture in Fynigngham and Gislyngham. 
Quitclaim from Richard et at. for themselves and their heirs to Thomas and 
his heirs. Warranty from Richard et al. to Thomas and his heirs against 
themselves and the heirs of William. Thomas Talbott paid £80. (Feet 
of Fines, Suffolk, Michaehnas Term, 23 and 24 EUzabeth [1581].) 

From some of the foregoing records and from certain American 
authorities cited below the following pedigree has been compiled. 

1. John Clarke, of Finningham, co. Suffolk, the testator of 
1558/9, was born probably about 1503, and was buried 3 IVIar. 1559. 

He married Margaret , who was taxed, with her son John, 

at Finningham in the subsidy of 1565-6. 

He was taxed at Finningham in the subsidy of 1523^,. and held 
lands in Westhorpe, Finningham, and Gislingham, co. Suffolk. 
Children:! 

i. Agnes, b. after 1534. 
ii. Margaret, b. after 1534. 
iii. Ellen, b. after 1534. 
iv. Joan, b. after 1534. 
2. V. John, bapt. 11 Feb. 1541/2. 

vi. Thomas, bapt. 4 Jan. 1543/4. He is apparently the Thomas Clarke 
who resided in Finningham, m. Dorothy , and had: 1. 

•Preserved in the Public Record OflRce, London. 

tA Robert Clarke, son of John Clarke, was baptized at Westhorpe 8 Sept. 1540; but his father 
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Joan, bur. 24 Jan. 1573/4. 2. Thomas, bapt. 9 Jan. 1574/5; bur. 
11 Jan. 1574/5. 3. Mary, bapt. 3 Apr. 1576. 4. Thomas, bapt. 
16 Aug. 1578. 

2. John Clarke (John), of Finningham and Westhorpe, co. Suf- 

folk, baptized 11 Feb. 1541/2, was buried at Finningham 7 or 
8 Apr.* 1598. He married at Westhorpe, 12 Oct. 1567, Kath- 
ERiNE Cooke, baptized at Westhorpe 12 Feb. 1540/1, buried 
at Finningham 30 Mar. 1598, daughter of John and Ahce 
(Carter), t 

He appears to have resided in both parishes, and principally 
in Westhorpe after the death of his father-in-law, John Cooke 
alias Carew of Westhorpe, which occurred after 1565-6 and 
probably before 1576. In the subsidy of 1565-6 he was taxed 
with his mother, Margaret, in Finningham. 

Children : 

i. John, b. 25 Apr. and bapt. 1 May 1569, was possibly the John Clarke 
who was residing at Finningham in 1608. 

3. ii. Thomas, b. 1 Nov. and bapt. 3 Nov. 1570. 

iii. Carew, bapt. at Westhorpe 17 Aug. 1572. 

iv. Christopher, bapt. at Westhorpe 6 Dec. 1574. 

V. Joan, bapt. at Finningham 17 Mar. 1577/8. 

vi. Margaret, bapt. at Finningham 8 June 1579. 

vii. Mart, bapt. at Finningham 21 Sept. 1581. 

3. Thomas Clarke (John, John), of Westhorpe, co. Suffolk, born 

1 Nov. and baptized 3 Nov. 1570, died 29 July and was buried 
at Westhorpe 30 July 1627. He married at Saxsted, co. Suffolk, 
13 May 1600, Rose Kerrich, baptized at Saxsted 13 Apr. 
1572, died 19 Sept. and buried at Westhorpe 20 Sept. 1627, 
daughter of Wilham and Margery of Saxsted. t 
Children: 

i. Margaret, b. 1 Feb. and bapt. 19 Feb. 1600/1; d. young. 

ii. Carew, b. 3 Feb. and bapt. 17 Feb. 1602/3; d. s.p. at Newport, R. I., 

after 13 June 1679; m. Dorothy , who d. 13 June and was 

bur. at Rougham, co. Suffolk, 15 June 1658. He emigrated to New 
England and settled at Newport. 

iii. Thomas, bapt. at Westhorpe 31 Mar. 1605; d. s.p. at Newport, R. I., 

2 Dec. 1674; m. Jane . He emigrated to New England, 

and settled at Newport in 1638. 

iv. Mary, bapt. at Westhorpe 26 July§ 1607; said to have m. 

Peckham of Newport, R. I. 

V. Margaret, bapt. at Westhorpe 12 Oct. 1608; m. Nicholas Wyeth, 
who emigrated to New England and settled at Cambridge, Mass. 

vi. Dr. John, bapt. at Westhorpe 8 Oct. 1609; d. at Newport, R. I., 20 
Apr. 1676; m. (1) Elizabeth Harris, || dau. of John, lord of the 
manor of Wrestlingworth, co. Bedford; m. (2) 1 Feb. 1671 Jane 
Fletcher, widow, who d. 19 Apr. 1672; m. (3) Sarah Davis, who 
d. about 1692, widow of Nicholas Davis of Barnstable in the Plym- 
outh Colony. He emigrated to New England in Nov. 1637, and 
upon his arrival joined the Hutchinson party in the settlement of 

•7 Apr., according to the Bible record; 8 Apr., according to the transcripts of the Finningham 
regiaters. 

tCf. infra, Cooke pedigree, 3. 

JCf. infra, Kerrich pedigree, 9. 

§17 July, according to the Bible record. 

I Her name is given incorrectly as Elizabeth Harges in Savage's Genealogical Dictionary of 
New England, Austin's Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island, and Morrison's The "Clarke" 
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Rhode Island. He was long one of the chief persons in the affairs 
of that Colony, was pastor of the First Baptist Church at Newport, 
was agent of the Colony in England, 1651-1663, being instrumental 
in procuring the Colonial charter in the latter year, and after his 
return to Newport was deputy governor of Rhode Island, 1669- 
1672. While in England he practised his profession as a physician, 
and published two books, "A Concordance of the Holy Scriptures" 
and "111 News from New England." Tradition says that Dr. 
Clarke was educated at Leyden, but this has not been verified.* 

vii. William, bapt. at Westhorpe 16 Feb.f 1611/12. He was the only 
member of the family who remained in England. 

viii. Joseph, b. 9 Dec. and bapt. at Westhorpe 16 Dec. 1618; d. 1 June 

1694; m. (1) ; m. (2) Margabet , who d. in 1694. 

He emigrated to Rhode Island in 1638 and resided in Newport and 
Westerlv. He was a large landowner, an assistant in 1658 and 
. several later years, and a deputy, 1668-1672 and 1690. He was the 
only member of the family who left issue in New England, and from 
him descends the greater part of the Clarke family living in the Nar- 
ragansett country. Ten children. 

II. Cooke (alias Carewe) 
From Probate Records 

The Will of Thomas Cooke, of Cotton [co. Suffolk], dated 9 October 
1471. To Bacton church 3s. 4d. To the new roof for the church at Cotton 
a close in Cotton called Garlekin's, on condition no man claims entry into 
Clarys close in Cotton. To the friars of Babwell for the souls" of Thomas 
Cooke and his wife Matilda for a trental. To the churches at Mendlesham, 
Wyverston, Henley, Ixworth, and Nether Bykelynghall 3s. 4d. To my wife 
Margaret all my lands in Cotton and Bacton for life, together with four 
horses, twenty sheep, and all the household utensils, and upon her death 
the said lands are to be sold. My son John Cooke is to have the option on 
the lands at a price to be fixed by Richard Thurburne, Thomas Kyrr, and 
William Stebbing of Cotton. For an obit for my soul, my wife's soul, and 
my sons' souls. Executors: John Cook and Robert Gooche, and to each 
of them 2d. Witnesses: Richard Thurburne, John Blake, and Thomas 
Kyrr. Proved 28 December 1472. (Archdeaconry of Sudbury [Bury St. 
Edmunds], book 2, fo. 545.) 

The Will of Thomas Carter, of Westhorpe [co. Suffolk], dated 10 March 
1522 [1522/3] and proved 23 March 1522 [1522/3], was witnessed by Hum- 
frey Carow. (Archdeaconry of Sudbury [Bury St. Edmunds], book 9, fo. 73.) 

Administration on the goods of Thomas Cooke was granted 20 November 
1561 to Joan Cooke. 

The Will of William Cooke alias Carew, of Cotton [co. Suffolk], Gentle- 
man, dated 1 August 1572. My lands in the parishes of Cotton and Mendle- 
sham and my other lands in Suffolk to my wife Elizabeth for life, with re- 
mainder in tail male to my eldest son, George, remainder in tail male to my 
second son, Ambrose, remainder in tail male to my third son, Peter, remainder 
in tail male to my fourth son, Gerard, remainder in tail male to my youngest 
son, Thomas, and remainder to the right heirs of William Cooke. To Thomas 
Cromer, my wife's brother, and to my godson William Preston. Thomas 
Cromer to be the governor of my sons, if my wife Elizabeth die, until they 
reach the age of twenty-four years. If Thomas Cromer die, then my kins- 
man Lionell Morse of Hoxne is to have the same charge. My lease of Wyvers- 

•Cf. Austin's Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island and Morrison's The "Clarke" Families, 
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ton and of Parcar's Close in Westhorpe. Mention of George Bridyng, John 
Thornton, and Thomas Hume. Executrix: my wife Elizabeth. Proved 8 
November 1572. (P. C. C, Draper, 35.) 

From the Parish Registers of Cotton, co. Suffolk 

1561 Robert Catchpolle and Joan, late wife of Thomas Cook, married 22 

December. 
1604 Ann Cook baptized 22 August. 

From the Parish Registers of Westhorpe, co. Suffolk 
Baptisms 
1540 Katherine daughter of John Cook 12 February [1540/1]. 
1543 Joane daughter of John Cook 22 August. 
1546 Mary daughter of John Cook 21 January [1546/7]. 

1552 William son of John Cook 26 September. 

1553 John son of John Cook 26 January [1553/4]. 

1561 John son of Thomas Raynberd 12 February [1561/2].* 

Marriages 
1540 John Carrowe, son of Humfrey, and the daughter of John Carter 8 

May. 
1553 Robert Willett and Alice Cooke 12 October. 
1564 Nicholas Preston and Joane Cooke 26 September. 
1567 John Clarke and Katherine Cooke 12 October. 
1569 Robert Poolam and Mary Cooke 31 May. 

Burials 
1552 WiUiam son of John Cooke 23 October. 
1559 John son of John Cooke 13 August. 

From the Corporation Records of Ipswich, co. Suffolk 
From the Apprentice Book 
17 March, 1 Edward VI [1547/8]. John Cook, son of Robert Cook of Pal- 
grave, bound to Margaret Moyes, widow, of Ipswich, to learn the art 
and mystery of a shoemaker. 
19 January, 5 Edward VI [1551/2]. Humphrey Aston, of Ipswich, laborer, 
to serve John Carew, shoemaker. 

From the Roll of Free Burgesses 
9 December, 23 EHzabeth [1580]. William Care we alias Cook, son of 
John Cook alias Carewe, seven years apprentice to father. 

3 May, 27 Ehzabeth [1585]. John Carew alias Cooke apprentice of John 

Cook alias Carew, his father; son John Coke. 

30 April, 33 Ehzabeth [1591]. Giles Mitchell, son of Thomas, shoemaker, 
late apprentice to William Cooke alias Carewe for seven years; no sons 
and no apprentices. 

Godfrey Mitchell, son of Thomas, appren- 
ticed to John Coke alias Caroe, shoemaker, for seven years; no sons and 
no apprentices. 

8 September, 44 Ehzabeth [1602]. Thomas Cutting apprenticed to William 
Carewe oZios Coke for seven years; no sons and no apprentices. 

4 October, 6 James I [1608]. John Carewe alias Cooke, son of Wilham 

Cooke, shoemaker; father; no sons and no apprentices. 
22 October, 11 Charles I [1635]. William Herrich apprentice to William 

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Carewe alias Cooke for seven years, served six years and three quar- 
ters; no sons and no apprentices. 

From the Tax Lists 
6 September, 22 Elizabeth [1580]. Tax in Ipswich for local purposes. 
Parish of St. Lawrence. John Carewe alias Cooke 2s. 

From Ipswich Court Book 

15 September, 27 EUzabeth [1585]. Suit by Thomas Mulliner against 
William Carewe alias Cooke, of Ipswich, shoemaker. 

From Ipswich Fines 

15 September, 11 EUzabeth [1569]. John Carewe alias Cooke, of Ipswich, 
shoemaker, and wife EUzabeth, querents, v. Christopher Lawrence and wife 
Margaret, deforciants. Tenement in St. Matthew's Parish, Ipswich. 

From the Court Roll of Cotton Manor, co. Suffolk* 

8 Edward IV [1468-9]. Thomas Reynberd. 

13 Edward IV [1473-4]. Thomas Cook, deceased; widow Margaret. 

17 Edward IV [1477-8]. John Cooke and Robert Gooche executors of the 

will of Thomas Cooke. 
20 Edward IV [1480-1]. Nicholas Reynberds. 

32 Henry VIII [1540-1]. Robert Catchpole and wife Margaret. 

33 Henry VIII [1541-2]. Wymond Carewe. 

2 Edward VI [1548-9]. Homages: Thomas Carewe, Robert Catchpole. 
John Wetherbee died leaving wife Thomasine and daughter Agnes, 
wife of Nicholas Clarke. Thomas Carewe, steward of the manor, 
mentioned on the Saturday after the Feast of St. Simon and St. Jude 
[1548].t 

8 EUzabeth [1565-6]. Margaret Catchpole, widow, deceased; son Robert 
Catchpole. 

From the Survey of Cotton Manor, co. Suffolk, 1576 

[Lands held by WiUiam Cooke.] 

5 acres caUed Horset meadow, next to John Frier and Richard Fayer- 

weather. 
An enclosed parcel caUed Champenes, in the wood caUed La Hawte 

Abbot, near Brandcroft, in the tenure of William Harte. 
Long close next Consez, now in the tenure of Robert Rose, and the 

enclosure caUed Short Cooks. 
The enclosure of Brandcroft. 
A pasture between Brandcroft and Chapeyns. 
Freeland in the tenure of WilUam Cooke. 
Lands lying in La Hawte wood. 
Two pieces of land caUed Short Cookes and Long Cookes, and a piece 

of land caUed Crete Cooks. 
[Also other lands, of which the descriptions have not been copied.] 

From Lay Subsidies for co. SuffolkJ 

15 Henry VIII [1523-4]. 

Mellis. John Cooke, Rob. Bettes, and Rob. 

Prumme. 
Thorpe-Morieux. " Thomas Cooke and four others 4s. 

•Preserved in the Library of the Suffolk Archaeological Society, Bury St. Edmunds. 
' tThe Feast of St. Simon and St. Jude falls on 28 October. 
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Walsham, 
Westhorpe. 

Wybred cum Wethershall. 



Yaxley. 

37 Henry VIII [1545-6]. 
Bacton. 



Thomas Cooke in 



£1 [tax] 4s. 



Humfrey Carew in goods [valued at] £13 

[tax] 6s. 8d. 
Thomas Cook, William Woodhous in 

wages £1. 6s. 8d. [tax] Is. 4d. 
William Cooke and nine others £10. 
Richard Crowe, John Shymmyng, and 

Robert Cook. 



Robert Reynberd for lands lOd. 
Maude Reynberd for goods 6s. 4d. 
Badingham. Thomas Cooke for lands 20d. 

Cotton. Robert Catchpole for lands 2s. 8d. 

Thornham. John Willet for lands 2d. 

Westhorpe. Humphrey Cook for lands lOd. 

Wyverstone. Thomas Willet for goods 3s. 4d. 

Second payment of the same subsidy. 

Cotton. Robert Catchpoll for lands 2s. 8d. 

Finningham. Nicholas Preston for lands 20d. 

Westhorpe. Humphrey Coke and John Coke for goods 

13d. 
2 and 3 Edward VI [1548-1550]. 



Cotton. 
5 Elizabeth [1562-3]. 
Cotton. 



Westhorpe. 
8 EHzabeth [1565-6]. 
Cotton. 



Ipswich (West Ward). 



Westhorpe. 



Wybred. 



18 Elizabeth [1575-6]. 
Eye. 



Westhorpe. 

34 Elizabeth [1591-2]. 
Westhorpe. 

39 EHzabeth [1596-7] (182/424). 
Finningham. 

Westhorpe. 



Robert Katchpoll 12d. 

Margaret Catchpoll for lands 3s. 8d. 

Catchpoll for lands 4s. 6d. 

Catchpool for goods 4s. 5d. 

Cooke .... 

William Cooke, gentleman. 

John Catchpoole in goods [valued at] £3 

[tax] 2s. 6d. 
John Carewe alias Cooke in lands [of the 

yearly value of] £1 [tax] Is. 4d. 
John Cooke in goods [valued at] £18 [tax] 

15s. 
Robert Willet in lands [of the yearly value 

of] £1 [tax] Is. 4d. 
Thomas Cook in lands [of the yearly value 

of] £1 [tax] Is. 4d. 

Robert Catchpole in goods [valued at] £4 

[tax] 5s. 
William Cooke in lands [of the yearly 

value of] £3 [tax] 8s. 
Thomas Cooke in lands [of the yearly 

value of] 40s. [tax] 5s. 8d. 

Robert Willett in goods [valued at] 40s. 
[tax] 2s. 8d. 

Humphry Carter in goods [valued at] £3 

[tax] 8d. 
Robert Wylett in lands [of the yearly 

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39 Elizabeth [159G-7] (182/430). 

Finningham. Humfrie Carter in goods [valued at] £4 

[tax] 10s. 8d. 

From Chancery Proceedings* 

20 February 1587 [1587/8]. To Sir Thomas Bromley, Chancellor. 

Complaint of Nicholas Rainberd of Thetford that Thomas Cooke was 
lately lawfully seised of three closes, thirty-five acres, of copyhold lands in 
the manor of Coniers in Finningham, near a close called Doffehouse close, 
between the customary lands of the manor late in the tenure of William 
Browne and a way called Longway on the west, and on the customary lands 
of the manor to the south, and northerly on Finningham Hall woods and the 
lands late in the tenure of William Freman. About the first of last Septem- 
ber Thomas Cook surrendered said lands to the lady of the manor by the 
hand of John Clarke the younger, a customary tenant of the manor, in the 
presence of Edmund Browne, also a customary tenant, to the use of your 
orator, who was admitted thereto. While Thomas Cooke held the lands 
one Osbonde pretended title thereto, and Thomas Cook, being desirous of 
assurance of his title by learned counsel, delivered copies of the same to one 
Richard Mulliner, the former occupier of the premises, to show them to 
some one learned in the law to have their judgment thereon. Among the 
copies was one of a proclamation made in the manor court about the time 
the premises came into the hands of Thomas Cook, which is most essential 
to perfecting the title of Thomas Cook, from whom your orator derives title. 
Mulliner took the papers to Mr. Rivet and Mr. Thurston, two gentlemen of 
great learning, dwelling in the Coimty of Suffolk. It was their opinion that 
Thomas Cooke's title was good by virtue of the proclamation. Richard 
Mulliner has detained the said copies and has refused to deliver them to 
Thomas Cooke or your orator, although he has been requested diverse times 
in most friendly manner thereto. Your orator thinks that Richard Mullyner 
has delivered the copies to some person or persons for an unknown purpose 
and your orator, although he has searched the rolls of the manor court, can- 
not find any extant copy of the proclamation, and he cannot get any warranty 
of his title unless Richard Mullyner be made to deUver up the copies, and 
he prays for a writ of subpoena. 

Answer of the defendant, Richard Mulliner. He acknowledges that the 
complainant is lawfully seised of the copyholds. About fourteen years ago 
one Osbond and one Watley pretended title to the closes in question, then 
in the occupation of the defendant, and the latter, seeing that he should be 
disturbed in his occupation of the closes, resorted to Sir AJnbrose Jermyn, 
Kt., whose servant Thomas Cooke then was, and made said Sir Ambrose 
privy of the claim, and desired his good advice for the preservation of the 
customary inheritance of Thomas Cooke which he then had, as Sir Ambrose 
had the custody of Thomas Cooke, being his servant and of his house and 
oftentimes not able to govern himself. Sir Ambrose asked the defendant 
to take some learned advice touching the state and interest of the said Cook 
and of the closes, and the said Cooke, commg afterwards to the house of the 
defendant at Westhorpe, left a copy of the court roll of Conyers manor, 
which testified that Cook had been admitted tenant of the said closes accord- 
ing to the custom of the manor, together with a proclamation, the contents 
of which the defendant, being unlearned, knoweth not, and on the advice 
of Sir Ambrose Jermyn he took the copies to Mr. Thurston, who gave his 
opinion that the title of Thomas Cook was good. Afterwards Osbond and 
Watlyn began their suit, and the defendant delivered said court roll to, 
Thomas Cook, who since then has showed it to divers persons, and, the said 

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Cooke repairing often to the defendant's house, he again received the copies, 
and kept them until one Sir Robert Jermyn, Kt., being on behalf of the said 
Cooke, his servant, about three quarters of a year ago at a court of Conyers 
manor before the complainant had any interest in the premises to the de- 
fendant's knowledge, upon a controversy arising for the said copyhold prem- 
ises between Thomas Cooke and one George Cooke, required this defendant 
to send him a copy of the said court roll that he [Sir Robert] might be ad- 
vised by learned counsel what defence must be made in behalf of Thomsis 
Cooke against George Cooke, and the defendant, knowing him to be a special 
good master to Thomas Cooke, who was then in lunecie or such like dis- 
traction, as he is often, delivered the copies to Sir Robert, since which the 
defendant has had no knowledge of them. He also denies that Thomas Cooke 
or the complainant or any other has demanded delivery of the copies. 
(Chancery Proceedings, Elizabeth, R. 6/33.) 

To Christopher Hatton, Knight, Lord Chancellor of England.* 
Nicholas Raynberde of Thetford, co. Suffolk [sic], your orator, humbly 
represents that, whereas one William Cooke, late of Cotton, co. Suffolk, 
gentleman, deceased, was in life seised in his demesne as of fee of certain free- 
holds and tenements in Westhorpe called Easthalls and also seised in his 
demesne as of fee of one cottage wasted called Dawes and of one tenement 
wasted called Houndheaste in Westhorpe, being copyhold lands and tene- 
ments holden of the manor of Westhorpe, and also seised in his demesne 
as of fee of closes containing three acres of land more or less in ffyningham, 
a close called Doffehouse close between the customary land of the manor of 
Conyers in fiiningham, late in the tenure of William Browne, and a certain 
way called Longway on the west, and on the east abutting on the customary 
lands of Conyers manor and on the south, and on lands abutting on ffyning- 
ham wood and late in the tenure of William Farmer towards the north, com- 
monly holden by copy of the manor of ffyningham, and on John Cook, and 
he himself, by reason of an office which he held in the Queen Majesty's 
cellar being very seldom in the county, dealt with one Thomas Cooke, being 
his natural brother and dweUing near where the said lands and tenements 
did lie, for the selling of all the said premises to the said Thomas Cooke, 
and said William Cooke, in consideration of a certain sum to him paid by 
Thomas Cooke, his brother, and diverse other considerations, did sell to 
Thomas Cooke, his heirs and assigns, as well the aforesaid freeholds, with 
appurtenances, as also all and singular the aforesaid copyholds, land, and 
tenements, with appurtenances, and they, William and Thomas Cook, being 
near to said freehold premises and being in sight thereof, William Cook 
willed his brother Thomas to go peaceably into possession of said freehold 
premises, and [said Thomas] did likewise, with the assent of said William, 
enter into all and singular the said copyholds, lands, and profits, but after- 
wards William Cooke, as it should seem, repented himself of that which he 
had done, and, being desirous to have again the aforesaid lands and tene- 
ments, refused to make any assurance unto his brother Thomas, according 
to his bargain and sale, albeit that Thomas did divers times in most friendly 
manner require him thereunto, and yet he suffered Thomas Cook to take 
the profits thereof, but in the end Thomas Cook, seeing that he could not 
persuade his brother to make him any assurance of said premises and fear- 
ing lest delay might be dangerous unto him, labored that the bargain and 
sale touching the said freehold and copyhold premises might be presented 
at the several courts of the manor whereof the said copyholds were holden, 
and accordingly the bargain and sale was found and presented by the hom- 
ages of the said manors, and at the same time one John Cook, natural 
brother to William and Thomas Cook, being one of both said homages, 

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labored to have said bargain and sale presented, for that he was present at 
the time of the making of said bargain and sale and witnessed thereunto. 
Whereupon the lords and stewards of the said manors, perceiving the hard 
dealing of William Cooke and being willing to do right to Thomas Cook at 
said several manors, caused three several proclamations to be made at the 
several courts, to the end that, if William Cook or any other person could 
make any title or claim to the said copyhold premises or show any cause 
why Thomas Cook should not be admitted thereunto, he might then come 
in and say for himself, and, that all occasion for quarrel and evil speech 
might be taken from WiUiam Cooke, the bailiffs of said manor, for that 
William Cooke was not dwelling therein, did give him notice of said proclama- 
tion, but William Cook, having notice for himself, came not upon said proc- 
lamation, and thereupon the lady of the said manor caused the said lands 
and tenements to be seized into her hands, which being done they awarded 
several processes in the nature of a scire facias directed to William Cook, 
to know what he could allege why Thomas Cook should not be admitted to 
said copyhold, notice of which process came to the ears of William Cook, 
and yet he did not answer thereto, nor did any whit withstand aforesaid 
proceedings. So the lady seized the customary lands, and after, upon the 
humble suit of the said Thomas, admitted the said Thomas to the said copy- 
hold lands and tenements according to the customs of the manor, and there- 
upon Thomas Cook made fealty for the same, by force whereof the said 
Thomas was admitted to the aforesaid copyhold lands and tenements and 
was lawfully seised in his demesne as of fee according to the custom of the 
manor, and received the profits for the lifetime of William Cook, which was 
sixteen years or thereabouts, and took it to his own use, and divers times the 
said Thomas persuaded his brother William to make him further assurance 
of said freehold lands and tenements, and loath he was, being his natural 
brother, by suit to compel him thereunto, and so, before any further assur- 
ance of said freehold 'premises was made to Thomas Cook, William Cook 
died, after whose decease Thomas Cook did continue in possession of all 
the premises for thirteen or fourteen years together without trouble or claim 
by or under the said Wilham Cook, and, Thomas Cooke having peaceably 
held possession for thirteen years and now grown old and having no child 
of his own, his mind and full determination was to leave the same unto 
your orator, being his sister's son, and the said Thomas Cook, on the first 
day of September last past, of h'is own volition, in good health and memory, 
came into the dwelling house of Robert Mully of Pharisfield, co. Norfolk, 
whose daughter your orator had taken to wife and never had any marriage 
portion of the said Robert Mully, her father, and the said Thomas Cook, 
before he would grant the lands to your orator, required Robert Mully to 
bestow some portion upon your orator and his wife, and it was agreed between 
Robert Mully and Thomas Cooke that, if Thomas Cook would convey unto 
your orator and his heirs all the lands and tenements aforesaid, he, Robert 
Mully, would convey unto your orator and Elizabeth, his wife, and to their 
heirs all the tenements which he, Robert Mully, lately purchased of Thomas 
Brewster, son of Henry Brewster, of Pharisfield, co. Norfolk, late deceased, 
said tenements lying in Pharisfield, and he, Robert Mully, would discharge 
your orator and his wife of the money due him and unpaid for possession 
of the tenements in Pharisfield, nevertheless your orator and Elizabeth 
his wife, were not to enter the Pharisfield lands until after the decease of 
the said Robert Mully and one Brewster, widow, late the wife of 

Henry Brewster, deceased, and it was then agreed between Robert Mully 
and Thomas Cook that Robert Mully should truly pay to Thomas Cooke 
for life £10 to his maintenance and keeping, and Thomas Cooke to the per- 
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your orator the lands and tenements in Westhorpe and ffyningham afore- 
said, and one George Cooke, eldest son of William Cooke, deceased, having 
intelligence that his father never made any surrender of the copyhold lands 
in Westhorpe and ffyningham to Thomas Cooke, hath given out divers 
speeches that he hath good title to said freehold and copyholds, and in very 
truth the determination of the said George Cooke is hereafter to entitle 
himself to the said land in Westhorpe and ffyningham and greatly to trouble 
your orator and his heirs. But he will not now do it, as divers witnesses 
are living who can prove said bargain and sale between William Cooke 
and Thomas Cooke, being old and unlikely to live long, and in truth the 
chief evidence on which your orator must rely, and George Cooke expecteth 
of these witnesses their death, and now on advice Robert Mully refuseth 
his agreement, although often required in most gentle manner for the assur- 
ing of said lands, and your orator is Uke to lose the benefit of said agree- 
ments. He therefore prays for a writ of subpoena against George Cooke, etc. 
The answer of the defendant, George Cooke. He states that he is not 
awaiting the death of the old man, but hath entered by advice and consent 
of Sir Robert Jermyn, Kt., who has examined the title of the defendant, 
and that Sir Robert Jerm}^! has undertaken the care of Thomas Cooke, 
being a lunatic and often falling into frantic and mad humors, committing 
many unreasonable and senseless actions, said Thomas being for many years 
a lunatic and the complainant a troublesome and contentious person and 
given to suits for some ado, and, by reason of the imperfections of Thomas 
Cooke, [complainant] has contracted with the said Thomas Cooke for the 
said lands, and under color thereof asks to put the defendant out, and so 
he deserves no rehef. Also the complainant has some friends towards the 
law, who promise that the maintainance of said suits shall not be charge- 
able to him, and vaunt that they will make the defendant spend 40s. to 
expenses of 12d. on the part of the complainant. Also the complainant hath 
sued out a writ on the Common Pleas against one Browne, occupant of the 
premises, etc. (Chancery Proceedings, Ehzabeth, R. 10/49.) 

From Feet of Fines* 

Final Concord between Humphrey Care we alias Humphrey Coke, Richard 
Lacy, and John Moundforth, querents, and Randolph Witton and Margaret, 
his wife, deforciants, of one messuage, twelve acres of arable land, ten acres 
of meadow, and thirty acres of pasture in Westhorpe, Bacton, Fynyngham, 
and Wyverston. Warranty from Randolph and Margaret against themselves 
and the heirs of Margaret. The- querents paid 100 marks of silver. (Feet 
of Fines, Suffolk, Easter Term, 24 Henry VIII [1533], bundle 39, file 264). 

Final Concord between Nicholas Preston, querent, and William Godard 
et al.y deforciants, of a tenement in Gyslingham and Finnyngham. (Feet 
of Fines, Suffolk, Easter Term, 33 Henry VIII [1542], no. 1058.) 

Final Concord between Robert Harte, querent, and John Coke alias 
Carewe and Alice, his wife, and John Molyner alias Jerkyn and Agnes, his 
wife, deforciants, of two messuages, six acres of arable land, and eight 
acres of pasture in Westhorpe and Walsham. Warranty from John and Alice 
and from John and Agnes against the heirs of Alice and Agnes. The querent 
paid £20. (Feet of Fines, Suffolk, Easter Term, 34 Henry VIII [1543], 
bundle 41, file 278.) 

From Inquisitions Post Mortem* 
Writ dated 24 November, 5 Elizabeth [1562]. 

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Inquisition taken at Bury St. Edmunds [co. Suffolk] 11 January, 5 Eliza- 
beth [1562/3]. The jurors say that Nicholas Rbynqbbrd was seised of 
one messuage, one garden, and two acres of land in the vill of Bacton, co. 
Suffolk, held of the Queen as of her honor of Clare by knight's service, doing 
suit at the court of the said honor, and by a yearly rent to the manor of 
Sherdlowes in the same vill. They are worth yearly lOs. He was also seised 
of two water mills called Bacton mills in Bacton, also held of the Queen as 
of her honor of Clare by knight's service, and they are worth yearly £3. 

Nicholas Reyngberd died at Bacton 1 September, 1 Elizabeth [1559]. 
His son Nicholas, aged ten, is his heir, during whose minority Thomsts Cooke 
took the revenues, by what right the jurors do not know. (Chancery In- 
quisitions Post Mortem, Series 2, vol. 135, no. 34.) 

From the foregoing records the following pedigree of Cooke alias 
Carewe has been compiled. 

1. HuMPHHEY Carewe alias Cooke, of Westhorpe, co. Suffolk, 
born probably about 1485, died after 1545. He was probably a 
grandson of John Cooke and a great-grandson of Thomas Cooke 
of Cotton, CO. Suffolk, the testator of 1471, but proof of this is 
lacking. The name of his wife is unknown. 

He first appears as a witness to the will of Thomas Carter of 
Westhorpe, dated 10 Mar. 1522/3. In the subsidy of 1523^ he is 
called Himifrey Carew and is one of the largest taxpayers in Wes- 
thorpe. In 1533 he, as Humplirey Carewe alias Coke, with others, 
bought lands in Westhorpe, Bacton,- Finningham, and Wy^^erstone, 
CO. Suffolk. The last mention of him is in the subsidy of 1545-6. 
Children : 

2. i. Robert (probably), b. about 1510. 

3. ii. John, b. about 1515. 

4. iii. William, b. about 1518. 

iv. Thomas, of Westhorpe, b. about 1520; living in 1587/8; probably d. 
s.p. a few years thereafter. He figures in the two suits in Chancery 
brought by Nicholas Raynberd, his nephew. He was servant of 
Sir Robert Jermyn, and was for many years non compos mentis. 

V. A DAUGHTER, b. about 1525; m. Nicholas Raynberd of Bacton, 
who d. at Bacton 1 Sept. 1559. Child: 1. Nicholas, of Thetford, 
CO. Suffolk [sic], b. about 1549" m. EUzabeth Mully, dau. of Robert 
of Pharisfield, co. Norfolk. He was the complainant in the suits 
in Chancery against Richard Mulliner and George Cooke. 

vi. Alice (possibly), b. about 1527; m. at Westhorpe, 12 Oct. 1553, 
Robert Willett. 

2. Robert Cooke alias Carewe (? Humphrey), of Palgrave, co. 

Suffolk, was born about 1510. The name of his wife is unknown. 

On 17 Mar. 1547/8 he bound his '.son John to Margaret 
Moyes, widow, of Ipswich, co. Suffolk, to learn the trade of a 
shoemaker. 

Child: 

5. i. John, bom about 1532. 

3. John Cooke alias Carewe (Humphrey), of Westhorpe, co. Suf- 

folk, born about 1515, died after 1565-6 and probably before 
1576. He married at Westhorpe, 8 May 1540, Alice Carter, 
daughter of John. 

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sold lands in Westhorpe and Walsham, co. Suffolk, in 1543, 
to Robert Harte. In the second assessment of the subsidy of 
1545-6 he, as John Coke, was taxed for goods at Westhorpe 
with his father, Humphrey Coke. In the subsidy of 1565-6 
he was taxed at Westhorpe for goods as John Cooke. 

Children, baptized at Westhorpe: 
i. Katherine, bapt. 12 Feb. 1540/1; bur. at Finningham, co. Suffolk, 

30 Mar. 1598; m. at Westhorpe, 12 Oct. 1567, John Clarke of 

Finningham. Seven children, for whom see the Clarke pedigree, 

supra, 2. 
ii. Joan, bapt. 22 Aug. 1543; m. at Westhorpe, 26 Sept. 1564, Nicholas 

Preston. 
iii. Mary, bapt. 21 Jan. 1546/7; m. at Westhorpe, 31 May 1569, Robert 

POOLAM. 

iv. William, bapt. 26 Sept. 1552; bur. at Westhorpe 23 Oct. 1552. 
V. John, bapt. 26 Jan. 1553/4; bur. at Westhorpe 13 Aug. 1559. 

4. William Cooke alias Cakewe (Humphrey), of Cotton, co. 

Suffolk, Gentleman, the testator of 1572, born about 1518, 
died between 1 Aug. and 8 Nov. 1572. He married Elizabeth 
Cromer, sister of Thomas. 

He owned a large estate in Cotton, Westhorpe, Finningham, 
Wyverstone, and Mendlesham, co. Suffolk, and held an official 
position in the cellar of Queen EUzabeth. Considerable in- 
formation about him is found in the suit in Chancery of Rayn- 
berd v. Cooke. His arms are given in the Blois MS. of 1655* 
as Sable, on a chevron argent between three demihons rampant 
or as many cinquefoils B. 

Children : 

i. George, b. after 1551. He was the defendant in the suit in Chancery 

of Raynberd v. Cooke. 
ii. Ambrose, b. after 1551. 
iii. Peter, b. after 1551. 
iv. Gerard, b. after 1551. 
V. Thomas, b. after 1551. 

5. John Cooke alias Carewe (Robert, ? Humphrey), of Ipswich, 

CO. Suffolk, shoemaker, was bom about 1532. He married 

Elizabeth . 

On 17 Mar. 1547/8 he was apprenticed to Margaret Moyes, 
widow, of Ipswich, to learn the art and mystery of a shoe- 
maker. He was taxed in the West Ward, Ipswich, in the 
subsidy of 1565-6, for lands, as John Carewe alias Cooke. He 
and his wife EHzabeth bought land in the parish of St. Matthew, 
Ipswich, 15 Sept. 1569. 

Children: 
i. William, t of Ipswich, shoemaker, b. about 1560; living in 1635; m. 

. He was admitted a freeman of Ipswich 9 Dec. 1580, and, 

as William Carewe alias Cooke, he was sued there 15 Sept. 1585. 
Child: 1. John, admitted a freeman of Ipswich 4 Oct. 1608.t 
ii. John, of Ipswich, shoemaker, b. about 1564. He was admitted a free- 
man of Ipswich 3 May 1585. § 

•Preserved in the Library of the Suffolk Archaeological Society. Bury St. Edmunds. 
tCalled at various timea William Carewe alias Cooke (or Cook), William Cooke alias Carewe, 
William Carewe alias Coke, and William Cooke. 

tCalled, on his admission as freeman, John Carewe alias Cooke. 
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III. Kerrich 
From Probate Records 

The Will of John Kerych of Saxted [co. Suffolk], dated 20 April 1470. 
To William Kerich, and after his decease to each of the sons of the said 
William, 6s. 8d. To Robert Kerrich, grandson of the said WiUiam, 13s. 4d. 
Executor: William Kerych of Saxsted. Proved 8 October 1470. (Arch- 
deaconry of Suffolk [Ipswich], book 3, fo. 7.) 

The Will of William Kerych of Saxsted [co. Suffolk], dated 24 July 1504. 
To a priest to say mass at Rome £2. To my son William Kerych a tenement 
in Saxsted, with lands, he finding his mother for life; and, if she like not to 
be at the finding of WiUiam, my son, she shall have one chamber and 13s. 
4d. per year, with two keen [? kine] and half my household stuff. To my 
daughter Margaret £3. 6s. 8d. Executor: my son WiUiam. Witnesses: 
Peter Bedyngfield, Richard Bottom. Proved 24 September 1504. (Arch- 
deaconry of Suffolk [Ipswich], book 4, fo. 155.) 

The WiU of Joan Kerych, dated 5 July 1517. To be buried in the church 
of St. Nicholas, Bedfield. Obits to be in said church. To my godsoils, if 
it can be done. Id. Executors: Thomas Drane, Roger Alvede. Proved 16 
July 1517. (Archdeaconry of Suffolk [Ipswich], book 7, fo. 187.) 

The WUl of Elizabeth Kerrych of Bedfield [co. SuffoUi], dated 23 June 
1522. To be buried in the church at Bedfield. To the high altar. To the 
friars of Orford for masses at Orford for my soul and those of my father and 
mother. To my dame two pewter dishes and all my flax yarn. To the paint- 
ing of the candle beam 6s. 8d. To my brother Robert Kerych. To Robert 
Romsey and his cousin, Robert Romsey. To Richard Romsey my best panne. 
To my sister Rose the second headkerchief and another curser. To my 
sister Margareta Kettle. To my brother Mylys 20s. Executor: my master 
Richard Romsey. Proved 28 July 1522. (Archdeaconry of Suffolk [Ipswich], 
book 8, fo. 268.) 

The WUl of William Kerrich of Saxsted [co. Suffolk], dated 10 September 
1551. To be buried in Saxsted churchyard. To Robert, my son, my tene- 
ment where I dweU and my lands in Saxsted, Framlingham, Erls Soham, 
Monks Soham, and Abbotte. To my son WiUiam Kerrich lands in Earls and 
and Monks Soham. My son Robert Kerrich is to pay to my daughter Annes 
40s. and to my daughter Christian £3. 6s. 8d. My son WiUiam is to pay to 
John Byrd, my belchUd, £3. 6s. 8d., and, if John Byrd die, then to his sisters 
Margaret, Brydit, and EUzabeth Byrd. If my daughter Annes depart this 
life, then to her children. To Johane Cowper, my servant. To John Kyr- 
ryche and Thomas Kerrych, the sons of Robert Kerrych, and to Annis, 
daughter of WiUiam Kerrich, my godchUdren, 5s. To aU my other god- 
chUdren 12d. To my son Robert a brass pot belonging to the house. To my 
son WUliam the brass pot that I bought. To my wife's goddaughter, Olive 
Chapman. To Walter Tanner and his children. To the poor of Earls Soham 
£3. 4s. 8d. To the poor of Kettleborough, Brampton, Bedfield, Monks Soham, 
Worlyng worth, Tannyngton, and Dennyngton. To the mending of Saxsted 
roads. To aU the poor of Saxsted at my burial. To all my belchUdren, 
except John Kerrych, Thomas Kerrich, Annes Kyrrich, Robert Chapman, 
and John Byrde, 3s. 8d. My cattle and household stuff to my two sons and 
my two daughters. Executors : Robert Kerriche of Bedfield, the elder, and 
William Kyrryche of Westen, my two sons. Supervisor: Thomas Button the 
elder of Saxsted. Witnesses: Rycharde Button of Saxsted, John Page the 
elder of Earls Soham, John Curtis the elder of Earls Soham, Thomas Chap- 



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man of Saxsted, William Turner, and John Hillyes, priest of Earls Soham. 
Proved 9 May 1552. (Archdeaconry of Suffolk [Ipswich], book 16, fo. 257.) 

The Will of Myles Kerrich of Bedfield [co. Suffolk], dated 12 January 
1554 [1554/5]. To my wife Elizabeth my house in Bedfield for life, with 
remainder to my son, Thomas Kerrich, he to pay to his two brothers, William 
and Lawrence, £20 apiece. If William die before he come home, then his 
share is to go to Lawrence. To Lawrence my house in Earls Soham. If 
Thomas, my son, die without issue, the house in Bedfield is to be sold to one 
of his brothers for 100 marks by the great [i. e., six score marks], so that it 
•may remain in the name of Kerryche. To my wife Elizabeth all my house- 
hold stuff. To Joan Ray at her marriage 40s. To my godson Myles Kerryche 
a cow. To my maid Margaret Youngs a cow. Executors : my wife Elizabeth 
and my sons William and LawTence. Witnesses: William Dunston, parson of 
Bedfield, John Elyce the elder, Thomas Folcarde, WiUiam Fuller, Robert 
Lansome. Proved 5 March 1554 [1554/5] by Ehzabeth, the relict, and Law- 
rence, the other executor, WiUiam Kerryche to be executor when he should 
come. Administration was granted to William Keryche at Horham, 1 Octo- 
ber 1563. (Archdeaconry of Suffolk [Ipswich], book 17, fo. 123.) 

The Will of Robert Kerriche of Beddfield [co. Suffolk], dated 27 January 
1577 [1577/8]. To the poor of Bedfield 6s. 8d., to be paid at the Feast of 
St. Michael the Archangel next after my decease, and 3s. 4d. at the Feast of 
Christmas. To the poor of Saxsted 6s. 8d. To John Kerridge, my eldest son, 
and his heirs male, my lands and houses in Saxsted, Earls Soham, and Fram- 
lingham which were my father's, he paying to my son WiUiam three score and 
ten pounds as follows : £10 at the Feast of St. Michael next after my decease, 
and so yearly £10 on the said Feast untU all is paid. If John default in the 
payments, then my son Thomas Kerrich shall enter. If Thomas make a Hke 
default, then my son GUes Kerrich shaU enter. If my son John die without 
issue male, then my said lands shaU go to my son Thomas. To my son 
Thomas Kerridge my two shops in Saxsted which I bought of John Pinner, 
called Gembles, with a barn, and my free land in Saxsted, containing the 
woods which I bought of Humfrye Button. To my son William Kerridge 
my tenement in Earls Soham which I bought of Thomas Sparhawke. To 
my son Thomas Kerridge my tenement in Bedfield which I bought of Smythe 
and the land by the parsonage in Beddefield which I bought of William 
.Wythe. To my son Thomas the lands in Saxsted which I bought of Robert 
Gibson, he to perform the agreements and conditions as in the indenture of 
Robert Gibson and myseU appears. To my son Thomas £12. 9s. and kyne, a 
bull and two heifers. To my son William four of my best milch kine, after 
the others. To my daughter Rose Kerriche a mUch cow. To my son GUes 
mUch kyne. To Margaret, daughter of my son John Kerrige, my goddaugh- 
ter, a heifer a year old. To Robert Ramsey, my godson, a one-year-old 
calf. To my godson Robert Wyard a like bequest. To Isabel Kerridge, 
daughter of John, a similar bequest. To my son Thomas my four geldings. 
To my son Thomas my two best feather beds, two of my best bolsters, two 
of my best coverlets, two pairs of blankets, and two pairs of sheets. To my 
son John a like bequest. To my son WiUiam a feather bed, a bolster, a cover- 
let, a pair of blankets, and a pair of sheets. To my daughter Rose Kerrich a 
Hke bequest. To my son Thomas my farming instruments, carts, harness, 
ploughs, etc. To my son WiUiam two pewter dishes. To my son Thomas 
my best brass pot. To my son WUliam my next best brass pot. To my son 
Thomas my best copper kettle. To my son Thomas the use and occupation 
of the farm where I now dweU, according to the covenant as I now hold of 
my landlord. To John Chapman alias Barker. To Thomas, my son, the 
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two chairs, a royond stole, two cushions, and three pillows. To my son 
WiUiam two pillows, one chusing, and one chaise. To my servant Margery 
Branche 6s. 8d. To Rose Kerrich, my daughter, one pillow. To Brigitt 
Leyton 5s. To my son Thomas all my tables, etc., in the bakehouse. To 
each of my belchildren. To Rose Kerrich, my belchild, daughter of Wilham 
Kerrich. To the same Rose, my belchild, £5, to be paid at the age of twenty- 
one years, and, if she die first, then to such of her sisters as be living. The 
house where Francis Layton hves is to be sold and the money divided among 
my five children, John, William, Giles, Thomas, and Rose. To Rose Kerrich, 
my belchild, WiUiam's daughter, a copper stand and a pewter dish. To my 
daughter Rose £5 at the Feast of St. Michael next after my decease. To 
Isabel, daughter of William Kerrich, a two-year-old heifer, a pewter dish, 
and a little kettle. To my daughter Rose four pewter dishes. To Margaret 
Kerrich, daughter of William. To Mary Kerrich, WilUam's daughter. To 
Margery, William Kerrich his daughter. To my sons Thomas and William 
my candlesticks. To Thomas, my son, a dripping pan, a pair of andirons, a 
fire pan, bellows, a pair of pothooks, a gridiron, and a great frying pan. To 
WiUiam Kerrich seven combs of oats, three combs of barley, and a bushel of 
pears. To my son Thomas my gun and my flasket, my bow and my sheaf of 
arrows, my alman corselet with a [illegible] and a pair of [illegible], my black- 
bill, my hook, hatchet, mattock, axes, and other farming implements. To 
my son Thomas two iron dogs. The timber about my house equally to my 
sons Thomas and Wilham. To my son John all my beds at my house in Sax- 
sted which be not "nayle faste." To my daughter Rose one of the best yard 
kerchiefs. To my son Thomas my unbequeathed linen, he to give to my 
belchild Rose Kerriche, WiUiam's daughter, at twenty-one years of age, one 
good pair of sheets. To my sons WiUiam and Thomas my coffers. To my 
son John the great hatch that was my father's. To my son Thomas my 
hangings, except one in the cellar, which I give to William. To Symon 
Raye a bushel of wheat and half a bushel of barley malt. To WiUiam Folcard 
half a bushel of wheat, etc. * To Thomas Pack, Robert FuUer, Richard 
FuUer, Francis Leyton, and Thomas Wythe. To Margery Salter 12d. My 
son WiUiam Kerrich to pay [illegible] for the house where he dwells for half a 
year after my decease. To Thomas, my son, my httle brass pot and my 
mortar and pestle. To Marye Kerriche, my daughter-in-law. To Margerye 
Kerrich, WiUiam's wife. My four sons, John, WiUiam, Gyles, and Thomas. 
To my three servants now dwelling with me, John AbeU, Ciclye Hayivarde, 
and Cycelye Shinings, 12d. each. To Httle Rose, WiUiam's daughter. To 
Thomas Kerrich and John Kerriche, my belchUdren, GUes' sons, at twenty- 
one years. To my sons Thomas and WiUiam Kerrich the £5 due from John 
Godbold of Worlingworth. To Rose Kerrich, the daughter of John, my 
belchUd, 40s. at twenty-one. Money due from Humfrey Button. Residue 
to my five children. Executors: John Kerrich, WiUiam Kerrich, and 
Thomas Kerrich. Witnesses: Nicholas Haylies, Christopher AUeyn, and 
Lawrence EUis. Proved 13 AprU 1578. (Archdeaconry of Suffolk [Ipswich], 
book 27, fo. 225.) 

The nuncupative WiU of William Kjerrich of Saxsted [co. Suffolk], 
declared 28 March 1593. Executrix: his wife, and to her half his goods. 
Remainder to his chUdren [not named]. Witnesses: Richard Chamberly, 
John Wyth. Proved 1 April 1593 by the executrix. (Archdeaconry of 
SuffoUi [Ipswich], book 34, fo. 461.) 

The WUl of Thomas Kerrich of Saxsted [co. SuffoUc], yeoman, dated 6 
January 1621 [1621/2]. To my son Robert Kerrich a tenement in Saxsted 
in the occupation of Edward PoUauk and lands in Earls Soham and FramUng- 
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My son Robert is to pay to my five children, viz., to William £40, to Mary 
£10, to Alice £10, to Margaret £10, and to Joane £10. To my son Giles and 
his now wife Elizabeth my tenement in Saxsted called Grjrmbles, in the 
occupation of said Giles Kerriche, he paying to my five children, Katherine, 
Margaret, Joan, Alice, and Margery £20. To my son John Kerriche ten acres 
in Bedfield, by the parsonage there. To my son George Kerriche eight 
acres in Saxsted called Da-bbyes. To my now wife Margery Kerriche £10. 
Executor: my son Robert Kerriche. To my children Robert, William, John, 
George, Gyles, Thomas, Katherine Brown, Margaret, Alice, and Joan 
Kerriche. To Thomas and George Browne, children of my said daughter 
Katherine. Supervisor: my son-in-law John Jessope. Witnesses: Edward 
Pallant, Alice Lawne, and Lawe Habergham. [Date of probate not given.] 
(Archdeaconry of Suffolk [Ipswich], original will.) 

The Will of George Kerrich of Claydon [co. Suffolk], dated 23 July 1623. 
To my wife Elizabeth my lands in Henly. To my son Oliver Kerriche. To 
John Kerriche, son of my deceased son Edmund, and his mother, Margaret 
Kerriche of Henley. To my son Christopher Kerrich my lands in Claydon. 
To my son George Kerrich. To my son Anthony Kerrich my lands in Saxsted 
in the occupation of Francis Ramsey. To my daughter Elizabeth Gaston 
and her four children, Richard, Thomas, EUzabeth, and Maudeln. To my 
daughters Susan and Ann Kerriche. To my grandchildren George, Edmund, 
Christopher, Daniel, John, and Elizabeth Kerrich. Witnesses: Edward 
Hamby, Charles Darby. Proved 1 January 1623 [1623/4]. (Archdeaconry 
of Suffolk [Ipswich], 1623, no. 82, original will.) 

The Will of William Kerrich of Bedfield [co. Suffolk], yeoman, dated 14 
April 1628. To my son William Kerrich his lands there, with remainder to 
his son, William Kerrich to pay to my daughters Agnes or Annis and Eliza- 
beth £30. Executrix: my wife Martha. Supervisor: W. Goodchild of 
Laxfield. Witnesses: WiUiam Godbold, Francis Folkard. Proved 29 April 
1628. (Archdeaconry of Suffolk [Ipswich], book 59, fo. 175.) 

Administration on the estate of Elizabeth Kjerrich of Claydon [co. 
Suffolk], widow, was granted to her sons Oliver, Christopher, and George 
Kerrich. (Archdeaconry of Suffolk [Ipswich], Act Books, book 9, fo. 18.) 

The nuncupative Will of Margery Kerrich of Saxsted [co. Suffolk], 
widow, declared to Philip Ramsey and William Revans in May 1630. To 
the children of my son Thomas Kerrich my coffers and linen. Residue to my 
son Thomas Kerrich. Proved 26 May 1630. (Archdeaconry of Suffolk 
[Ipswich], book 59, fo. 230.) 

Administration on the estate of Margery Kerrich of Saxsted [co. Suffolk], 
widow, was granted 16[?] May 1630 to her son Thomas Kerrich. (Arch- 
deaconry of Suffolk [Ipswich], Act Books, book 9, fo. 42.) 

The Will of George Kerrich of Bramford [co. Suffolk], yeoman, dated 10 
February 1632 [1632/3]. To my son George Kerriche, at the age of twenty- 
one years, my tenement in Claydon called Butlers and my free and copyhold 
lands in Claydon and a pytell abutting on the rectory of Akenham. To my 
son John Kerriche, at the age of twenty-one years, my field before my tene- 
ment abutting on the highway and the lands of Samuell EUmer. To my 
son Samuel Kerriche, at the age of twenty-one years, my orchard in Akenham. 
To my son Aylmer Kerrich, at the age of twenty-one years, land at Akenham. 
Executrix: my wife Barberye, who is to have the use of the said lands until 
my sons reach the age of twenty-one years. Witnesses: Anthony Kerrich, 
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1632 [1632/3]. Archdeaconry of Suffolk [Ipswich], 1631-2, no. 14, original 
will.) 

Administration on the estate of William Wode of Claydon [co. Suffolk] 
was granted 24 November 1637 to Anthony Kerich. (Archdeaconry of 
Suffolk [Ipswich], Act Books, book 15, fo. 22.) 

Administration on the estate of Martha Kerrich alias Betts of Saxsted 
[co. Suffolk] was granted 26 May 1640 to her husband, Philip Betts. (Arch- 
deaconry of Suffolk [Ipswich], Act Books, book 18, fo. 8.) 

The Will of George Kerrich of Witnesham [co. Suffolk], husbandman, 
dated 19 May 1649. To wife Joan £14. To my children, George, William, 
and Marie Kerrich, to be paid to them at the age of twenty-one by my 
executors, Christopher and John Kerrich. Witnesses: Thomas Gosnold, 
Thomas Warren. Proved 11 August 1649. (Archdeaconry of Suffolk [Ips- 
wich], 1649, no. 36, original will.) 

The Will of Mary Kerrich of Claydon [co. Suffolk], widow, dated 25 
October 1649. To my executors £30, for the bringing up of my daughter 
Elizabeth Kerrich until she reach the age of fourteen years. To my daughter 
Mary Keritch £25, to be paid by my executors at her marriage or at her age 
of eighteen years. Residue of my goods to my son John Kerrich. If either 
daughter die, her share to the two surviving children. Executors: John 
Norton [?], my brother-in-law, and John Kerrich, my son. Witnesses: 
[illegible] Twerton, [illegible] Jebbings. Proved 5 January 1649/50. (Arch- 
deaconry of Suffolk [Ipswich], 1649, no. 35, original wiU.) 

From the Parish Registers of Bedfield, co. Suffolk 
Baptisms 
1584 William Kerryche son of Thomas and Mary Kerrych 30 August. 

1584 Jane daughter of Myles Kerryche and Jane his wife 29 November. 

1585 John son of Thomas Kerryche at the Hall 13 January [1585/6]. 
1592 Thomas Kerryche son of Thomas and Faythe 26 December. 
1598 Thomas Kerrich son of William and Marie 22 January [1598/9]. 
1613 John Kerrich son of John and Margaret 21 November. 

1616 Thomas Kerrich son of John 31 December. 

1621 Katherine Kerrich daughter of John and Margaret 6 December. 

1628 Francis Kerrich son of William and Alice 28 September. 

1630 Simon son of William and Alice Kerrich 13 February [1630/1]. 

1630 Katherine Kerrich daughter of William and Alice 13 February 

[1630/1]. 

1634 Wolfran Kerrich son of WiUiam and Alice 15 June. 

1636 Thomas Kerrich son of William and Alice 12 February [1636/7]. 

1638 Hannah Kerrich daughter of William and Alice 3 February [1638/9]. 

1641 Robert Kerrich son of William and Alice 13 January [1641/2]. 

1647 Peter Kerrich son of WiUiam and Alice 5 September. 

Marriages 
1621 Francis Folkarde and Mary Kerrich 8 November. 
1628 Henry Kynge and Elizabeth Kerrich 3 July. 

1633 PhilUp Betts and Martha Kerrich 30 April. 

Burials 
1591 Thomas Kerryche 17 April. 
1594 Thomas Kerryche 10 July. 
1598 Alyce Kerryche, widow, 4 May. 
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1598 Myles Kerrich 10 January [1598/9]. 

1599 Francis Keriche daughter of Jone, widow, 6 July. 

1606 Mary wife of William Keriche died 24 March [1605/6], buried 28 

March. 

1607 Jane Keriche, Ju', 18 January [1607/8]. 

1608 Jane Keriche, widow, 23 October. 
1628 William Kerrich, sen., 25 April. 

1633 Katherine Kerrich daughter of William and Alice 28 March. 
1643 Faith Kerrich, widow, 15 July. 

1656 Wolf ran Kerrich son of William and Alice died 11 March, buried 13 

March [1656/7]. 

1657 Hannah Kerrich daughter of William and Alice died 8 April, buried 

10 April. 

From the Parish Registers of Earl-Soham, go. Suffolk 
1602 Edmund Cych and Mary Kerridge married 3 March [1602/3]. 
From the Parish Registers of Saxsted, go. Suffolk 
Baptisms 
1572 Rose Kerrich daughter of William 13 April. 
1574 Margery Kerrych daughter of William 6 July. 
1587* Elizabeth Kerrich daughter of Thomas 12 February [1587/8]. 
1612 Thomas Kerrich son of Robert and Mary 12 November. 
1616 Francis Kerrich son of Robert and Mary 18 June. 
1618 William Kerrich son of Thomas and Margaret 14 October. 

1620 Thomas Kerrich son of Thomas and Margaret 4 February [1620/1]. 

1621 Susan Kerrich daughter of Wilham and Susan 1 February [1621/2]. 

1622 Charles Kerrich son of Robert and Mary 28 December. 

1623 Susan Kerrich daughter of William and Susan 5 June. 
1623 Robert Kerrich son of Thomas and Margaret 2 November. 

1625 Phihp Kerrich son of Thomas and Margaret 26 February [1625/6]. 

1625 Dorothy Kerrich daughter of Giles and Elizabeth 4 March [1625/6]. 

1626 William Kerrich son of William and Susan 30 April. 

1627 John Kerrich son of Giles and Elizabeth 19 August. 

1628 John Kerrich son of Thomas 1 February [1628/9]. 

1628 Thomas Kerrich son of William 6 March [1628/9]. 

1629 Samuel Kerrich son of Giles and Elizabeth 19 January [1629/30]. 

1630 John Kerrich son of William and Susan 9 May. 

1632 Elizabeth Kerrich daughter of Giles and Elizabeth 13 May. 

1632 Mary Kerrich daughter of Thomas and Margaret 19 August. 

1633 Mary Kerrich daughter of Giles and Elizabeth 26 January [1633/4]. 
1636 EHzabeth Kerrich daughter of Giles and EUzabeth 13 December. 

Marriages 
1586 Hugh Butcher and Margaret Kerrich 11 July. 
1589 George Sparrowe and Agnes Kerrich, daughter of John, Sr., 30 April. 

1600 Thomas Clarke and Rose Kerrich 13 May. 

1602 George Brown and Katherine Kerrich 18 October. 
1612 John Kerrich and Margaret Lanhan 18 October. 
1618 Thomas Kerrich and Margaret Hawkes 14 . 

Burials 
1593 William Kerrich 30 March. 
1607 Ann Kerrich daughter of Thomas 5 October. 
1610 Margery Kerrich, widow, 23 April. 

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1616 Francis Kerrich 20 June. 

1622 Susan Kerrich 3 December. 

1624 Thomas Kerrich 21 March [1624/51. 

1630 Margary Kerrich, widow, 14 May. 

1630 Thomas Kerrich, infant, 8 August. 

1632 Elizabeth Kerrich, infant, 26 January [1632/3]. 

1670* Giles Kerrich 17 June. 

From Marriage Licences at Ipswich, co. Suffolk 

1628 WiUiam Bacon of Pettaugh and Ann Kerriche of Bedfield, both single, 
at Pettaugh, 5 May. (Archdeaconry of Suffolk [Ipswich], Act 
Books, book 8, fo. 6.)t 

Fbom Memoirs of Framlingham Manor and Loes Hundred, 

CO. SuffolkJ 

Copyholders of Framlingham 
Stubbins, which was three parts of four acres of the demesne of the manor, 
was held m 1 Edward VI [1547-8] by William Kerrich. 

Copyholders of Saxsted 
Eight acres called Dalbys were held in 27 EUzabeth [1584-5] by Thomas 

Kerrich and in 1 Charles I [1625-6] by George Kerrych. 
. One messuage and six and a half acres of the great tenure of Saxsted and 

Earl-Soham were held in 19 Elizabeth [1576-7] by Thomas Kerrich and 

in 1 Charles I [1625-6] by Robert Kerrich, and three and a half acres of 

the same tenement were held in 9 EUzabeth [1566-7] by Robert Kerrich. 
One cottage and yard were held in 19 Elizabeth [1576-7] by Thomas Kerrich 

and in 19 James I [1621-2] by Giles Kerrich. 
One tenement and one acre of moss land in Neves tenement, called Abbots 

Acres, were held in 1 Edward VI [1547-8] and in 7 EUzabeth [1564-5] 

by William Kerrich. 
Three rods of moss land were held in 1 Edward VI [1547-8] and in 7 EUzabeth 

[1564-5] by WilUam Kerrich and in 22 James I [1624-5] by Anthony 

Kerrich. 

Burgenholders of Saxsted 
1686 John Kerrich. 
1712 Jane Kerrich late Porter held one burgen caUed Gryffin. 

From Lay Subsidies for co. Suffolk § 

14 Henry VIII [1522-3]. 

Bedifield. John Elys, sen., Myles Kerrich, and WUUam 

Cressy in lands [of the yearly value of] 
£1 [tax] 3s. 
Saxsted. Robert Smith, Richard Button, and Wil- 

Uam Kerrich [illegible]. 
37 Henry VIII [1545-6]. 

Bedfield. Miles Kerryche in goods [tax] 6d. 

Saxsted. William Kerryche in goods [tax] lOd. 

Second payment of the same subsidy. 

•From 1645 to 1652 the records of burials are missing. 

tPrinted in Frederick Arthur Crisp's Marriage Licences from the OflBcial Note Books of the 
Archdeaconry of Suffolk, 1613-1674, p. 43. 

XA manuscript entitled Memoirs of Framlingham Manor and Loes Hundred, by the Steward of 
the Manor, Robert Hawes, 1712 (British Museum Add. MSS. 33.247). contains the lists here given,, 
taken from the court rolls of the manor. The manor lands deecended by borough-English. 

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Bedfield. Robert Kerrych in goods [tax] 5s. 4d. 

Saxsted. William Kerryche in lands [tax] 4d. 

2 and 3 Edward VI [1548-50]. 

Bedfield. Myles Keryc]i [tax] 12d. 

Robert Kerych [tax] 12d. 
8 EUzabeth [1565-6]. 

Bedfield. Thomas Kerrych in lands [of the yearly 

value of] £2 [tax] 2s. 8d. 
Robert Kerrych in goods [valued at] £12 
[tax] 10s.* 
Dennington. Lawrence Kerrich in goods [valued at] £5 

[tax] 4s. 2d. 
Ilketshall St. Andrew. Giles Kerrich in goods [valued at] £5. 
Monk-Soham. John Kerrich in goods [valued at] £3 [tax] 

2s. 6d. 
18 EUzabeth [1575-6]. 

Bedfield. Robert Kerrich in goods [valued at] £12 

[tax] 20s.* 
Thomas Kerich in goods [valued at] 40s. 
[tax] 2s. 8d. 
Dennington. Lawrence Kerriche in goods [valued at] £7 

[tax] lis. 8d. 
34 EUzabeth [1591-2]. 

Saxsted. John Kerrich in goods [valued at] £6 [tax] 

6s. 
39 EUzabeth [1596-7] (182/424). 

Bedfield. William Kerrich in lands [of the yearly 

value of] 40s. [tax] 8d. 
Brundish. Thomas Kerych in goods [valued at] £4 

[tax] 14d. 
39 EUzabeth [1596-7] (182/430). 

Bedfield. WiUiam Kerrich in lands [of the yearly value 

of] 40s. [tax] 8d. 

From Feet of FiNEsf 

Final Concord between John Kerriche, querent, and WilUam Dale, de- 
forciant, of a tenement in Eyke. (Feet of Fines, Suffolk, Michaelmas Term, 
4 EUzabeth [1562], no. 430.) 

From the foregoing records the following Kerrich pedigree has 
been compiled. 

1. Kerrich, of Saxsted, co. Suffolk, was probably a 

descendant of John Kerrich of Leiston, co. Suffolk, who was taxed 
in the subsidy of 1327. 
Children : 
i. John, of Saxsted, the testator of 1470, b. probably about 1415; d. 
between 20 Apr. and 8 Oct. 1470. He bequeathed to William 
Kerich of Saxsted and his sons and to WilHam's grandson Robert, 
and made WiUiam his executor. 
2. ii. William, b. probably about 1420. 

2. William Kerrich ( ), of Saxsted, co. Suffolk, bom prob- 

•This was the highest tax in Bedfield in this subsidy. 
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ably about 1420, was living in 1470, with children and a grand- 
son, Robert. 
Children : 

3. i. A SON, b. probably about 1445. 

4. ii. William, b. probably about 1450. 

3. Kerrich {William , ), of Saxsted or Bedfield, co. 

Suffolk, was born probably about 1445. 

Children: 

i. Robert, b. before 20 Apr. 1470, when he is mentioned as the 
grandson of William Kerrich (2) in the will of John Kerrich, his 
(Robert's) great-uncle; living in 1522, when he is men- 
tioned in the will of his sister Elizabeth. 

ii. Joan, of Bedfield, the testatrix of 1517, b. probably about 1473; 
d. between 5 and 16 July 1517, 

iii. Myles, of Bedfield, the testator of 1554/5, b. probably about 1475; 

d. between 12 Jan. and 5 Mar. 1554/5; m. Elizabeth , 

who survived him. He was taxed in the subsidies x)f 1522-3, 
1545-6, and 1548-50, and owned land in Bedfield and Earl-Soham, 
CO. Suffolk. Children: 1. Tliomas. 2. Willia7n, who probably 
removed to Ottery St. Mary, co. Devon, and became the ancestor 
of Thomas Kerridge, Esq., of Shelley Hall, co. Suffolk, director of 
the East India Company, and high sheriff of Suffolk in 1647. Cf. 
the Visitation of Suffolk, 1664-1668, p. 151 {Publications of the 
Harleian Society, vol. 61). 3. Lawrence, taxed at Dennington, co. 
Suffolk, in the subsidies of 1565-6 and 1575-6.* 

iv. Elizabeth, of Bedfield, the testatrix of 1522, b. probably about 
1478; d. between 23 June and 28 July 1522. She was servant of 
Richard Romsey. 

v. Rose, b. probably about 1480; living in 1522, when she is mentioned 
in the will of her sister Elizabeth. 

vi. Margaret, b. probably about 1483; living in 1522, when she is 
mentioned in the will of her sister Elizabeth; m. before 23 June 
1522 Kettle. 

4. William Kerrich (William, ), of Saxsted, co. Suffolk, 

the testator of 1504, born probably about 1450, died between 

24 July and 24 Sept. 1504. He married , who survived 

him. 

Children : 

*Myles Kerrich of Bedfield, father of Thomas, William, and Lawrence, in his will dated 12 Jan. 
1554/5, mentions his godson Myles Kerryche. This godson was probably a grandson of the testator, 
and is perhaps identical with the Myles Kerryche who was buried at Bedfield 10 Jan. 1598/9. He 

married Jane . who was buried at Bedfield 23 Oct. 1608. They had two children recorded 

at Bedfield, viz., Jane, baptized 29 Nov. 1584 and buried 18 Jan. 1607/8, and Francis (a daughter), 
buried 6 July 1599. 

Probably another descendant of Myles Kerrich, the testator of 1554/5, was William Kerrich, 
of Bedfield, yeoman, the testator of 1628, who, as William Kerrich, Sr., was buried at Bedfield 

25 Apr. 1628. He married (1) Mary , who died 24 Mar. 1605/6 and was buried at Bedfield 

28 Mar. 160G; and (2) Martha , who married (2) at Bedfield, 30 Apr. 1633, Philip Betts, 

and died about 1640, administration on her estate being granted 26 May 1640 to her husband, 
Philip Betts. In the letter of administration she is called of Saxsted. William Kerrich, Sr., men- 
tions in his will his son William (and the latter's son) and his daughters Agnes (or Annis) and Eliza- 
beth. The son William is probably the William Kerrich who married Alice and had eight 

children recorded at Bedfield. The daughter Elizabeth is probably the Elizabeth Kerrich who 
married at Bedfield, 3 July 1628, Henry Kynge. William Kerrich, Sr., had also, by his first wife, a 
son Thomas, baptized at Bedfield 22 Jan. 1598/9, who is not mentioned in his father's will and 
probably died young. 

There are found also at Bedfield. in the last two decades of the sixteenth century, several 
unidentified Kerryches, most of whom likewise were probably descendants of Myles Kerrich, the 
testator of 1554/5. A Miles Kerridge of Bedfield was one of the sureties in a marriage licence, 
16 July 1616 (Crisp's Marriage Licences ... of the Archdeaconry of Suffolk, 1613-1674, p. 4). 



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5. i. William, b. probably about 1480. 

ii. Margaret, b. probably about 1482; living in 1504. 

5. William Kerrich {William, William, ), of Saxsted, co. 

Suffolk, the testator of 1551, born probably about 1480, died 
between 10 Sept. 1551 and 9 May 1552. The name of his wife 
is unknown. 

His father in his will devised to him a tenement, with lands, 
in Saxsted, and he owned lands also in Earl-Soham, Fram- 
Hngham, and Monk-Soham, co. Suffolk. He was taxed in 
the subsidies of 1522-3 and 1545-6. 

Children : 

6. i. Robert, b. probably about 1505. 

ii. William, of Weston, co. SufiFolk, b. probably about 1508; living 10 
Sept. 1551. His father in his will devised to him lands in Earl- 
Soham and Monk-Soham, and he was one of the executors of that 
will. Child: 1. Annis, living 10 Sept. 1551. 

iii. Annes, b. probably about 1510; Uving, with children, 10 Sept. 
1551; m. . 

iv. Christian (a daughter), b. probably about 1512. 

V. A daughter, d, before 10 Sept. 1551; m. Btrd. Children, 

living 10 Sept. 1551: 1. John. 2. Margaret. 3. Brydit. 4. Eliza- 
beth. 

vi. A daughter (perhaps), d. before 10 Sept. 1551; m. Chap- 
man. Child: 1. Robert, living 10 Sept. 1551. 

6. Robert Kerrich (William, William, William, ), of Bed- 

field, CO. Suffolk, the testator of 1577/8, born probably about 
1505, died between 27 Jan. 1577/8 and 13 Apr. 1578. The 
name of his wife is unknown. 

His father in his will devised to him his dwelling in Saxsted 
and lands in Saxsted, Framlingham, Earl-Soham, and Monk- 
Soham, CO. Suffolk. He was taxed at Bedfield in the subsidies 
of 1545-6, 1548-50, 1565-6, and 1575-6, and, as Robert Ker- 
riche of Bedfield, the elder, he was one of the executors of his 
father's will. His own will is very long, and shows that he 
belonged to the best class of the yeomanry. 

Children: 

7. i. John, b. probably about 1535. 

8. ii. Thomas, b. probably about 1538. 

9. iii. William, b. probably about 1540. 
iv. Rose, b. probably about 1543. 

v. Giles, b. probably about 1545; taxed at Ilketshall St. Andrew, co. 
Suflfolk, in the subsidy of 1565-6. Children, under twenty-one 
on 27 Jan. 1577/8: 1. Thomas. 2. John. 

7. John Kerrich (Robert, William, William, William, ), of 

Saxsted, co. Suffolk, was born probably about 1535. He mar- 
ried probably Mary . 

He is mentioned in his grandfather's will, dated 10 Sept. 
1551. His father in his will devised to him his lands and 
houses in Saxsted, Earl-Soham, and Framlingham, co. Suffolk, 
which had been owned by John's grandfather, bequeathed to 
him and his daughters household articles, livestock, etc., and 
appointed him one of his executors. He may be the John 
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1565-6. He was taxed at Saxsted in the subsidy of 1591-2, 
but probably removed from that parish, as there is no record 
of his burial there. 
Children : 

i. Margaret, b. probably about 1564; m. at Saxsted, 11 July 1586, 

Hugh Butcher. 
ii. Isabel, b. probably about 1566; living 27 Jan. 1577/8. 
iii. Rose, b. probably about 1568; living 27 Jan. 1577/8. 
iv. Agnes, b. probably about 1570; m. at Saxsted, 30 Apr. 1589, George 

Sparrowe. 

8. Thomas Kerrich (Robert, William, William, William, ), 

of Saxsted, co. Suffolk, yeoman, the testator of 1621/2, bom 
probably about 1538, was buried at Saxsted 21 Mar. 1624/5. 

He married first ; and secondly Margery — , the 

testatrix of 1630, who was buried at Saxsted 14 May 1630. 

He is mentioned in his grandfather's will, dated 10 Sept. 
1551. His father in his will devised to him houses and lands 
in Bedfield and Saxsted, including the use and occupation of 
the farm where the testator then (27 Jan. 1577/8) dwelt, and 
various articles of household stuff, hvestock, etc., and appointed 
him one of the executors of the will. 
Children, probably by first wife:* 
i. Robert, b. perhaps about 1564; living 6 Jan. 1621/2. when his 
father in his will devised to him a tenement in Saxsted and lands 
in Earl-Soham and Framlingham, and appointed him executor 
of the will.f 
ii. William, b. perhaps about 1566; living 6 Jan. 1621/2.t 
iii. Mary, b. perhaps about 1568; hving 6 Jan. 1621/2. 
iv. John. b. perhaps about 1570; living 6 Jan. 1621/2, when his father 
in his will devised to him ten acres in Bedfield by the parsonage 
* there. 

V. George, b. probably about 1572; living 6 Jan. 1621/2, when his 
father in his will devised to him eight acres in Saxsted called 
Dabbyes; perhaps identical with George Kerrich of Claydon, co. 
Suffolk, the testator of 1623, who in his will devised to his son 
Anthony his lands in Saxsted in the occupation of Francis Ramsey. § 
vi. Giles, of Saxsted, b. perhaps about 1574; possibly the Giles Kerrich 
who was bur. at Saxsted 17 June 1670; m. (1) ; m. (2) 

•It IB impossible to fix with certainty the order and dates of birth of the children of Thomas 
Kerrich (8) or to separate with certainty hia children by his first wife from those by his second wife. 
From his will it is clear that Robert was his eldest son. Thomas, according to the will probably 
the youngest son, was undoubtedly the only son by the second wife, as the nuncupative will of 
Margery Kerrich, widow, declared in May 1630, mentions only her son Thomas and his children 
(not named). Margery was probably a child by the second wife, named for her mother, and some 
of the other daughters also may have been children by the second wife. The fact that the records 
of baptism at Saxsted from 1574 to 1583 are missing increases the difficulty of determining the 
order of births of these children, and, moreover, the elder children may have been born at Bedfield. 
The order and dates given for the children in the pedigree are therefore merely probable, not abso- 
lutely proved. 

tA Robert Kerrich married Mary , and had the following children recorded at Saxsted: 

1. Thomas, baptized 12 Nov. 1612. 2. Francis, baptized 18 June 1616; buried 20 June 1616. 
3. Charles, baptized 28 Dec. 1622. This Robert Kerrich may have been the eldest son of Thomas 
(8) or perhaps a grandson of the latter. 

tA William Kerrich, perhaps this man or his son, married Susan , and had the following 

children recorded at Saxsted: 1. Susan, baptized 1 Feb. 1621/2; buried 3 Dec. 1622. 2. Susan, 
baptized 5 June 1623. 3. William, baptized 30 Apr. 1626. 4. Thomas, baptized 6 Mar. 1628/9; 
buried 8 Aug. 1630. 5. John, baptized 9 May 1630. 

§Cf. the will of this testator, supra, p. 293, for names of his wife, children, and grandchildren. 
He was probably the father of George Kerrich of Bramford, co. Suffolk, yeoman, the testator of 
1632/3, and the latter was probably the father of George Kerrich of Witnesham, co. Suffolk, hus- 
bandman, the testator of 1649, Cf. these wills, iupra, pp. 293, 294. 



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before 6 Jan. 1621/2 Elizabeth . His father in his will 

devised to him and his "now wife Elizabeth" his tenement in 
Saxsted called Grymbles, which Giles was already occupying. 
Children by second wife, bapt. at Saxsted: 1. Dorothy, bapt. 4 
Mar. 1625/6. 2. John, h&pt. 19 Aug. 1627. 3. Samuel, bapt. 
19 Jan. 1629/30. 4. Elizabeth, bapt. 13 May 1632; bur. at Saxsted 
26 Jan. 1632/3. 5. Mary, bapt. 26 Jan. 1633/4. 6. Elizabeth, 
bapt. 13 Dec. 1636. 

vii. Katherine, b. probably about 1576; living 6 Jan. 162172; m. at 
Saxsted, 18 Oct. 1602, George Brown. Children, living 6 Jan. 
1621/2: 1. Thomas. 2. George. 

viii. Margaret, b. perhaps about 1578; living unm. 6 Jan. 1621/2. 

ix. Alice, b. perhaps about 1580; living unm. 6 Jan. 1621/2. 

X. Joan, b. perhaps about 1582; living ufim. 6 Jan. 1621/2. 

Children, probably by second wife: 

xi. Margery, b. perhaps about 1584; living 6 Jan. 1621/2, -. 

xii. Thomas, b. perhaps about 1586; living, with children, in May 1630; 

probably the Thomas Kerrich who m. at Saxsted, 14 1618, 

Margaret Hawkes, and had the following children bapt. at 
Saxsted: 1. William, bapt. 14 Oct. 1618. 2. Thomas, bapt. 4 
Feb. 1620/1. 3. Robert, bapt. 2 Nov. 1623. 4. PhUip, bapt. 26 , 

Feb. 1625/6. 5. John, bapt. 1 Feb. 1628/9. 6. Mary, bapt. 19 
Aug. 1632. 

xiii. Elizabeth, bapt. at Saxsted 12 Feb. 1587/8; probably d. young. 

9. William Kerrich {Robert, William, William, William, ), 

of Saxsted, co. Suffolk, the testator of 1593, bom probably ..J;. (A 
about 1540, was buried at Saxsted 30 Mar. 1593. He married 

Margery , who was buried at Saxsted 23 Apr. 1610. 

His father in his will directed that his eldest son, John (7), 
to whom he devised his lands and houses in Saxsted, Earl- 
Soham, and Framlingham which had been owned by John's f 

grandfather, should pa^^ to WiUiam £70, devised to WiUiam 
a tenement in Earl-Soham, required William to pay for the 
house in which he dwelt for half a year after his (the testator's) 
decease, and bequeathed to WiUiam and his daughters vari- 
ous articles of household stuff, with livestock, money, etc. 

Children : 
i. Isabel, b. probably about 1566; living 27 Jan. 1577/8. , ■" 

ii. Margaret, b. probably about 1568; living 27 Jan. 1577/8. ' ' 

iii. Mary, b. probably about 1570; living 27 Jan. 1577/8. 
iv. Rose, bapt. at Saxsted 13 Apr. 1572; d. 19 Sept. and bur. at Wes- 

thorpe, CO. Sufifolk, 20 Sept. 1627; m. at Saxsted, 13 May 1600, ?s 

Thomas Clarke of Westhorpe.* Eight children, for whom see 
the Clarke pedigree, supra, 3. .f 

V. Margery, bapt. at Saxsted 6 July 1574; living 27 Jan. 1577/8. 

[To be continued] d 

•That the wife of Thomas Clarke was Rose, daughter of William Kerrich, and not Rose, daughter 
of John Kerrich, William's brother, ia shown by the will of Robert Kerrich, the grandfather of these 
two cousins, which proves that Rose, daughter of John, was older than Rose, daughter of ')•■, 

William. Joseph Clarke, the youngest child of Thomas and Rose (Kerrich) Clarke, was born 
9 Dec. 1618. and it is clear that his mother was the Rose Kerrich who was baptized 13 Apr. 1572 
and was therefore already forty-six years old in 1618. and not the older cousin of the same name. 
Moreover, Thomas and Rose Clarke named one of their sons William, a new name in this Clarke .C 

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MARRIAGE INTENTIONS AT BUCKLAND, MASS., 
1793-1820 

The following entries have been abridged from the original record 
of intentions of marriage kept by the town clerk of Buckland, Mass., 
from 11 [?] Aug. [1793] to 11 Jan. 1820, inclusive. Each intention is 
dated ''Buckland," and ends with the words 'T^. Sam^. Taylor 
Town Clerk." In a few entries the date of the marriage also is given. 

Aug. 1 [torn] Eli Fuller of Buckland and [torn] Locklin of Conway. 

Sept. 13, 1793 Peter Shippee of Charlemont and Catharine Hines of Buck- 
land. Married Nov. 3, 1793. 

Oct. 20, 1793 Joshua Vincent of Ashfield and Phebe Negus of Buckland. 
Married Nov. 14, 1793. 

Oct. 27, 1793 Palmer Temple and Rhoda King, both of Buckland. 

Nov. 17, 1793 Jeremiah Ward and Hannah Ward, both of Buckland. 

Dec. 15, 1793 Josep[torn] and Percy Bass, both of Buckland. 

Jan. 10, 1794 David Vebber and Comfort Thompson, both of Buckland. 

Feb. 7, 1794 Jude Cross and Molly Ware, both of Buckland. 

Apr. 5, 1794 James Stebbins and Lydia Tyler, both of Buckland. 

May 2, 1794 Phinehas Bement of Ashfield and Jemima Griffith of Buck- 
land. 

Nov. 2, 1795 Jesse Thayer, a transient person, and Dinah Patrick of 
Buckland. 

Dec. 19, 1795 Joel Fish and Betsey Smith, both of Buckland. 

Dec. 26, 1795 Rufus Jones and Prudence Clark, both of Buckland. 

Jan. 1, 1796 Robert Clark, Jr., and Amy Jones, both of Buckland. 

Jan. 23, 1796 Howard Edson of Buckland and Rhoda Steel of Ashfield. 

June 21, 1796 Rev. Jonathan Grant of Hawley and Polly Taylor of 
Buckland. 

July 26, 1796 Calvin Leonard and Sally Temple, both of Buckland. 

Aug. 27, 1796 Samuel Taylor, Jr., and Sally Butler, both of Buckland. 

Oct. 25, 1796 William Jones of Buckland and Phebe Dodge of Guilford. 

Dec. 24, 1796 Zenas Graham and Abigial Taylor, both of Buckland. 

Jan. 21, 1797 Ariel Ware and Submit Phillips, both of Buckland. 

Jan. 3, 1797 James Reniff of Whitingham and Mary Cook of Buckland. 

Mar. 31, 1797 Joshua Whielden of Ashfield and Bethiah Taylor of Buck- 
land. 

Apr. 15, 1797 Marcus Cole of Conway and Sally White of Buckland. 

Aug. 5, 1797 Abraham Stebbings, Jr., of Buckland and Hannah Dodge 
of Hawley. 

Sept. 16, 1797 Elihu Vebber and Mercy PhiUips, both of Buckland. 
Married Nov. 10, 1797. 

Sept. 18, 1797 Asa Fans worth of Guilford in the State of Vermont and 
Patty McNitt of Buckland. 

Oct. 14, 1797 Abisha Cross and Mercy Philhps, both of Buckland. 

Oct. 22, 1797 Lemuel Truesdel of Buckland and Clarisia Wilder of Con- 
way. 

Nov. 10, 1797 Erastus Jones and Sally Clark, both of Buckland. 

Nov. 25, 1797 Olverson Hinds of Buckland and Widow Susannah Paine 
of Ashfield. 

Nov. 29, 1797 Lieut. Stephen Alhs and Miss Polly Munn, both of Buck- 
land. 

Dec. 1, 1797 James Brackett of Buckland and Anna Flowers of Ashfield. 



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Jan. 6, 1798 Wyman Fessenden and Mary Kilborn, both of Buckland. 

Jan. 15, 1798 Joseph Ballard of Buckland and Rhoda Williams of 

in the State of New Hampshire. 

Mar. 24, 1798 Alphred Jones of Buckland and Lilly Maxwell of Heath. 

Apr. 21, 1798 Peter Ryther of Barnardston and Anna Blackmer of Buck- 
land. 

Apr. 27, 1798 Samuel Brown of Guilford in the State of Vermont and 
Rachel Jones of Buckland. 

June 1, 1798 Jabez Brooks and Olive Taylor. 

June 4, 1798 Benjamin Knowlton of Rowe and Elizabeth Grant of 
Buckland. 

June 4, 1798 George Ware of Buckland and Mahitable Thompson of 
Shelburne. 

Sept. 22, 1798 George Reniff and Elizabeth Cook, both of Buckland. 

Oct. 18, 1798 Jacob Whiting and Lydia Putnam, both of Buckland. 

Nov. 9, 1798 Darius Grant and Eunice Ellis, both of JBuckland. 

Dec. 15, 1798 Stephen Ellis of Buckland and Susanna Colbourn of Charle- 
mont. 

Dec. 15, 1798 Samuel Shilden of Conway and Clarissa Coleman of Buck- 
land. 

Dec. 22, 1798 Stephen Temple and Parnal Shaw, both of Buckland. 

Dec. 22, 1798 John Phelps and Luramy Ellis, both of Buckland. 

Dec. 31, 1798 Samuel Moody and Mindell Furbush, both of Buckland. 

Jan. 26, 1799 Nehemiah Blanchard of Guilford and Lucy Jones of Buck- 
land. 

Mar. 21, 1799 Hoshea Shaw of Buckland and Mahala}^ Day of Wilhams- 
burg. 

Apr. 24, 1799 Elijah Allis of Buckland and Dolly Brown of Heath. 

June 29, 1799 Abraham Jones of Buckland and Susanna Upton of Charle- 
mont. 

Aug. 24, 1799 Silas Nims of Buckland and Eunice Call of Colrain. 

Sept. 19, 1799 Samuel Truesdel of Buckland and Widow Molly Field of 
Conway. 

Sept. 22, 1799 Lawrance Kemp of Shelburne and Mehitabel Ellis of Buck- 
land. 

Nov. 2, 1799 Henrv Bassett and Hannah Phillips, both of Ashfield. 

Dec. 26, 1799 John BuUard of Buckland and Mary Clark of Charlemont. 

Jan. 11, 1800 Joel Clap of Southampton and Tirzah Trowbridge of Buck- 
land. 

Feb. 1, 1800 Dr. Joseph Allen of Buckland and Miss Lucrecia Smead of 
Ashfield. 

Apr. 25, 1800 Simeon Butler of Heath and Patty Carter of Buckland. 

May 10, 1800 Capt. William Hook and Miss Polly Ward, both of Buck- 
land. 

June 26, 1800 David Edson of Buckland and PoUy Belding of Ashfield. 

Nov. 26, 1800 Joseph Griswold of Buckland and Lovice White of Charle- 
mont. 

Dec. 3, 1800 William Jones, Jr., and Cloe Sprague, both of Buckland. 

Dec. 8, 1800 Simeon Parsons of Infield in the State of Connecticut and 
Nancy Carter of Buckland. 

Jan. 9, 1801 John Clark of Buckland and Susanna Clark of Pelham. 

Mar. 7, 1801 Thomas Carter and Ann Tobey, both of Buckland. 

Mar. 9, 1801 Othniel Johnson of Buckland and Anna Elmer of Ashfield. 
Married Mar. — , 1801. 

Mar. 26, 1801 Joseph Taylor and SaUy Potter, both of Buckland. 

Apr. 18, 1801 Nathaniel Wilder of Buckland and Betsey Stearns of 
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June 6, 1801 John Graham Ward and Susanna Carter, both of Buckland. 
Aug. 12, 1801 Jonathan Ward and Ruth Taylor, both of Buckland. 
Dec. 5, 1801 Josiah Johnson, Jr., of Buckland and Betsey Elmer of 

Ashfield. 
Dec. 19, 1801 Leonard Aldrich of Sodus in the State of New York and 

Polly Furbush of Buckland. 
Jan. 26, ^1802 James Butler of Buckland and Nancy Ward of Heath. 
Jan. 27, 1802 Lieut. Stephen Allis and Sophia Cole, both of Buckland. 
Feb. 8, 1802 Stephen Temple and Parnal Shaw, both of Buckland. 
Mar. 5, 1802 Jepththa Pike of Whitingham in the State of Vermont and 

Hannah Clark of Buckland. 
Mar. 6, 1802 William Hatheway and Sela Briggs, both of Buckland. 
Apr. 5, 1802 Jabez Morgan of Buckland and Eunice Goodale of Conway. 
Apr. 5, 1802 Gardner Wilder, Jr., and Thankful Cobourn, both of Buck- 
land. 
May 6, 1802 Robert Cobb of Ashfield and Nancy Shaw of Buckland. 
May 15, 1802 Amos Brooks and Lucy Butler, both of Buckland. 
May 15, 1802 Luke Brown of Buckland and Candace Town of Plainfield. 
June 12, 1802 Barnet Wait Dole and Prudence Wilder, both of this town. 
June 15, 1802 John Brown of Guilford, State of Vermont, and Sylvilla 

Jones of this town. 
Aug. 6, 1802 Josiah Thompson and Electa White, both of this town. 
Sept. 3, 1802 Capt. Abijah Snow of Plainfield and Miss Rebecca Whiting 

of this town. 
Oct. 2, 1802 Mr. Rufus Trowbrige of this towii and Miss Hannah 

Clap of Southampton. 
Oct. 28, 1802 David Nichols of Charlemont and Polly Johnson of Buck- 
land. 
Rufus Cross and Betsey Baldwin of Buckland. 
Jonathan Clark and Phebe Ellis, both of this town. 
Levi Steel, Jr., of Shelburne and Abigial Nims of this town. 
Zabina Smith of Buckland and Hannah Smith of Colerain. 
Barnabas Taylor, Jr., and Hannah Bellington, both of this 
. town. 
Apr. 14, 1803 Isaac Crittenden, Jr., of Ashfield and Sally Savage of Buck- 
land. 
June 10, 1803 Mr. Gardner Wilder of Buckland and Widow Molly Stearns 

of Fitchburg. 
July 15, 1803 Ethan Allen Clary of Ashfield and Electa Smith of Buck- 
land. 
Sept. 1, 1803 WiUiam Taylor of Buckland and Widow Experience* Wash- 
burn of Charlemont. 
Joshua Boyden and Laura Taylor, both of Buckland. 
Henry Taylor and Eunice Taylor, both. of Buckland. 
John Pike of Whitingham and Meribah Jones of Buckland. 
Lemuel Taylor, Jr., and Lucy Briggs, both of Buckland. 
Solomon Cook and Betsey Smith, both of this town. 
Rufus Trowbridge of Buckland and Deborah Pomeroy of 

Southampton. 
John Carter and Parne Nichols, both of this town. 
Oliver Colmam and Eunice Thompson, both of this town. 
Israel Smith and Esther Cook, both of this town. 
Jonathan Gleason of this town and Cybel Adams of Rowe. 
Daniel Sears of Ashfield and Electa Rawson of this town. 

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Nov. 6, 1804 Capt. Thomas Longley of Hawley and Martha Arms Taylor 
of Buckland. 
Joshua Jones and Susanna Jones, both of Buckland. 
David Pitcher of Martinsburg in the State of New York 

and Polly Trowbridge of Buckland. 
Henry Woodard and Rachel Houghton, both of Buckland. 
Jonathan Ward of Albany and Susanna Taylor of Buckland. 
Lieut. Jasher Taylor of Buckland and Miss Mercy Taylor 

of Yarmouth. 
Jacob Fuller of Rutland in the State of New York and Delia 

Thayer of Buckland. 
Caleb Wade of Buckland and Hannah Rider of Yarmouth. 
John Jennings and Anna Woodward, both of Buckland. 
Oliver Rawson of this town and Lois Howes of Ashfield. 
James McNitt and Roba Jones, both of Buckland. 
Levi Taylor and Betsey Butler, both of this town. 
Mr. Levi Stearns of Charlemont and Mrs. Sarah Butler of 
Buckland. 
Jan. 17, 1806 Mr. Rufus Taylor of Charlemont and Mrs. Thankful 

Fuller of Buckland. 
Feb. 15, 1806 Abiel Pain of Hamilton in the State of New York and 

Eunice Grant of Buckland. 
Feb. 20, 1806 William Thayer of Buckland and Phebe Stacey of Taunton. 
Feb. 20, 1806 Reuben Wright Field of Conway and PoUy White of Buck- 
land. 
Mar. 20, 1806 Benjamin Sprague, Jr., and Sally Jones, both of Buckland. 
Mar. 27, 1806 Mr. Ebenezer Belding of Ashfield and Widow Prudence 

Smith of Buckland. 
May 10, 1806 Blotchet Fuller and Hannah Wood, both of this town. 
July 22, 1806 Abraham Jones the 2nd and Susannah Sprague, both of 

Buckland. 
Aug. 23, 1806 Perren Vebber of Rutland in the State of New York and 

Abigail Woodward of Buckland. 
Oct. 9, 1806 James Temple and Alendo Sherwin, both of Buckland. 
Oct. 31, 1806 Mr. Robert Clark of Buckland and Mrs. Susannah Pike of 

Whitingham, State of Vermont. 
Nov. 15, 1806 Sylvester Maxwell, Esq., of Charlemont and Miss Tirzah 

Taylor of Buckland. 
Nov. 22, 1806 Leonard Pike of Whitingham and SaUy McNitt of Buck- 
land. 
Dec. 22, 1806 John Vebber and Azubah Woodward, both of Buckland. 
Jan. 8, 1807 Nehemiah Sabin of Hallifax, State of Vermont, and Zilpha 

Putnam of Buckland. 
Jan. 17, 1807 Hugh Quin, Jr., and Hannah Edson, both of Buckland. 
Jan. 24, 1807 Mr. Levi Cook of Ashfield and Mrs. Nancy Jones of Buck- 
land." 
Feb. 14, 1807 Ebenezer Wade and Hannah Flower, both of Buckland. 
Oct. 6, 1807 Joseph Torry of Southhampton and Betsey Trowbridge of 

Buckland. 
Jan. 27, 1808 Mr. Royal Kimbal of Cheshire and Miss Polly Harvey of 

Buckland. 
Mar. 18, 1808 Mr. Jonathan Sprague and Mrs. Sarah Harris, both of 

Buckland. 
Aug. 27, 1808 Mr. Jabez Brooks and Miss Polly Wilder, both of Buckland. 
Sept. 17, 1808 Enoch Lilly of Hawley and Chloe Lackey of Buckland. 
Oct. 13, 1808 Mr. James Mantor of Hawley and Miss Gratia Taylor of 
Buckland. 



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[Oct. 



Nov. 9 
Nov. 29 



Dec. 


7 


1808 


Dec. 


22 


1808 


Dec. 


31 


1808 


Apr. 

May 
July 


27 
30 
14 


1809 
1809 
1809 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 


3 

14 
7 

4 


1809 
1809 
1809 
1809 


Nov. 
Dec. 


10 
4 


1809 
1809 


Mar. 
Jan. 


21 

4 


1810 
1811 


Mar. 
Apr. 


8 
3 


1811 
1811 


May 


18 


1811 


May 
May 


26 
30 


1811 
1811 


June 
Oct. 


8 
5 


1811 
1811 


Nov. 


20 


1811 


Nov. 


29 


1811 


Dec. 
Dec. 


13 

14, 


1811 
1811 


Feb. 
Apr. 


27 
18 


, 1812 
1812 


May 
June 


5 

2 


1812 
1812 


Aug. 
Aug. 


4 
10 


1812 
1812 


Aug. 


13 


1812 




11 


1812 



1808 
1808 



Mr. Asa Nichols of Buckland and Mrs. Rachel Cook of 

Shelburne. 
Mr. Samuel Butler and Miss Lucinda Howes, Mr. Elisha 

Smith and Miss Diantha Butler, Mr. Roswell Butler and 

Miss Esther Pratt, all of Buckland. 
Charles Winchester of Row and Reney Rice now residing in 

Buckland. 
Mr. Stephen Pomeroy and Miss Dorothy Carter, both of 

Buckland. 
Mr. Phinehas Bartlet of Conway and Miss Pamela Pomeroy 

of Buckland. 
Luther Rawson and Sybel Gleason, both of Buckland. 
Reuben W. Field and Abigail S. White, both of Buckland. 
Josiah Hathway, Jr., and Martha Johnson, both of this 

town. 
Samuel Maxam of Coleraine and Patty Nims of .Buckland. 
Arnold Streeter of Plainfield and Ruth Butler of Buckland. 
William Sherwin and Mercia Carter, both of Buckland. 
Phinehas Brigham of Southborough and Susannah Ames, 

Jr., of Buckland. 
Amos Shepard and Harriot Taylor, both of Buckland. 
Isaac Pomeroy, Jr., of Southampton and Mary Spaulding, 

Jr., of Buckland. 
John Davis and Harriot Flower, both of Buckland. 
Stephen Porter of Hawley and Meriam Wait Reduck of 

Buckland. 
Peter Thompson and Prudence Carter, both of Buckland. 
Capt. Luke Carter of Bucldand and Widow Alhce Fales of 

Charlcmont. 
Mr. Hezekiah Hayden Palmer of Windsor in the State of 

Connecticut and Miss Abigial Taylor of Buckland. 
Rufus Booth of Buckland and Ehza Dane of Shutesbury. 
Ariel Tilden of Heath and Polly Sprague of Buckland. 

Married July 3, 1811. 
John Coleman and Nancy Spaulding, both of Buckland. 
Daniel Bement of Buckland and Dorcas Dodge of Shel- 
burne. 
John Wood, Jr., of Buckland and Mary Warren of Shel- 
burne. 
Martin Howard of Charlemont and Polly Brooks of Buck- 
land. 
John Porter and Mary Chapin, both of Buckland. 
Lieut. Stephen Allis and Miss Thankful Comstock, both of 

Buckland. 
Joshua Ward and Lucy Warren, .both of Buckland. 
Mr. Joseph Fuller of Ashfield and Miss Lucretia Wood of 

Buckland. 
Stephen Temple, Jr., and Sophia Brooks, both of Buckland. 
Fobes Lackey of Palmyra in the State of New York and 

Lucy Pomeroy of Buckland. 
Zebina Ward and Polly Temple, both of Buckland. 
Edward Phelps of Salsbury in the State of Vermont and 

Manerva Butler of Buckland. 
Ebenezer Woodward of Rutland in the State of New York 

and Sylvia Johnson of Buckland. 
Orren Taylor of Buckland and Anna Hall of Charlemont. 









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Sept. 26, 1812 Enoch Shaw of Buckland and Betsey Moore of Goshen. 

Sept. 30, 1812 Smisson Brunson of Ashfield and Betsey Edson of Buck- 
land. 

Nov. 18, 1812 Jonathan Wilson, Jr., of Colerain and Polly Ninas of Buck- 
land. 

Jan. 1, 1813 Samuel Allis and Sally Boyden, both of Buckland. 

Jan. 15, 1813 Asa Taylor of Buckland and Margaret Wilson of Colrain. 

Mar. 19, 1813 Isaac Jones and Betsey Clark, both of Buckland. Married 
Apr. — . 

Apr. 7, 1813 Mr. Willian Earns worth of Hawley and the Widow Sarah 
Green of Buckland. 

May 29, 1813 Mantor Ware and Lucy Field, both of Buckland. 

July 6, 1813 Zerah Graham of Charlemont and Clarisa Taylor of Buck- 
land. 

Aug. 23, 1813 John Chilson and Clarissa Butler, both of Buckland. 

Aug. 30, 1813 Mr. Silas Benton of Ridge way in the State of New York 
and Miss Sabra Pomery of Buckland. 

Oct. 8, 1813 Mr. Benjamin Farley, Jr., of Colraine and Miss Electa 
Nims of Buckland. 

Oct. 22, 1813 Elias Upton, Jr., of Charlemont and Triphena Hathaway 
of Buckland. 

Oct. 23, 1813 Justice Ruddock of Buckland and Rhoda Demman of 
Hawley. 

Dec. 25, 1813 Mr. Asa Thayer of Hawley and Widow Mercy Taylor of 
Buckland. 

Apr. 8, 1814 Mr. Josiah Cobb and Miss Phebe Shaw, both of Buckland. 
Married May 2, 1814. 

May 3, 1814 Joel Sprague and Rebecca Ellis, both of Buckland. 

May 13, 1814 Mr. Enos Taylor, Jr., and Miss Permela Lazell, both of 
Buckland. 

May 14, 1814 William Vebber and Lydia Sprague, both of Buckland. 
Married June 2, 1814. 

Aug. 5, 1814 Rufus Taylor, Jr., of Worthington and Electa Taylor of 
Buckland. 

Aug. 26, 1814 Nathan Porter of Ashfield and Elizabeth Taylor of Buck- 
land. 

Oct. 18, 1814 David McNitt and Jemima Ellis, both of this town. 

Nov. 6, 1814 Jesse Coleman of Buckland and Elizabeth Avery of Charle- 
mont. 

Nov. 30, 1814 Ephraim William of Buckland and Mary Williams Tobey 
of Hawley. 

Dec. 8, 1814 Eliphalet Adams of Colerain and Thankful Nims of Buck- 
land. 

Dec. 31, 1814 John Sprague and Margaret Ware, both of Buckland. 

Jan. 21, 1815 Lieut. Stephen Allis and Mrs. Rachel Trow, both of Buck- 
land. 

Feb. 8,1815 Henry Woodward, Jr., of Rutland in the County of Jefferson 
and State of New York and Miss Susanna Johnson of 
Buckland. Married Feb. 21, 1815. 

Mar. 4, 1815 Rueben Hinman of Conway and Anna Nims of Buckland. 

Apr. 13, 1815 Mr. Lebbeus Rude of Ashfield and Widow Abigial Tryon 
of Buckland. 

June 24, 1815 Horace Wells of Charlemont and Dorothy Taylor of Buck- 
land. 

Sept. 15, 1815 David Wade and EHzabeth Davis, both of Buckland. Mar- 
ried Oct. 4. 

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308 Marriage Intentions at Buckland, Mass. [Oct. 

Sept. 18, 1815 Eliphalet Burnham of Pomfret in the State of New York 

and Beledera Carter of Buckland. 
Oct. 4, 1815 Joshua Totman of Coh-ain and Widow Phebe Jones of 

Buckland. 
Nov. 25, 1815 Amasa Woodward and Abigail Clark, both of Buckland. 
Nov. 25, 1815 EHphas Woodward of Rutland in the State of New York 

and Joanna Veber of Buckland. 
Dec. 2, 1815 Erastus Taylor and Lucy Trow, both of Buckland. 
Apr. 6, 1816 John C. Ward and Polly Pratt, both of Buckland. 
Aug. 5, 1816 Mr. Alfred Trow of Chatauque in the State of New York 

and Miss Releaf Carter of Buckland. 
Aug. 5, 1816 Mr. Nathan Smith of Chatauque in the State of New York 

and Miss Sally Putnam of Buckland. 
Aug. 13, 1816 George Hinckley of Pomfret in the State of New York and 
Harriet Brooks of Buckland. 
Marshal Lazell and Lucinda Taylor, both of Buckland. 
Moses Demmary [?] and Rebecca Davis, both of Buckland. 
Hiram Lazell of Chatauque in the State of New York and 

Esther Pratt of Buckland. 
Japhet Chapin, Jr., and Betsey Sprague, both of Buckland. 
Otis Hinkley of Pomfret in the State of New York and 

Sally Taylor of Buckland. 
James Clark, Jr., and Lydia Woodward, both of Buckland. 
William Bassett of Hawley and Polly Trow of Buckland. 
Willis Carter and Roxana Lazell, both of Buckland. 
Josiah Ward and Sally Perkins, both of Buckland. 
Abraham Jones, Jr., of Buckland and Miss Minerva Upton 

of Zoar. 
Samuel Perkins and Sophia Crosset, both of Buckland. 
Lovewell Johnson of Hoosick in the State of New York 

and Polly Rawson of Buckland. 
Joseph Fuller and Melinda White, both of Buckland. 
Rodolphus AUis and Polly Boyden, both of Buckland. 
Seth Leonard and Electa Davis, both of Buckland. 
Eli Eddy of Buckland and Esther Chandler of Barnardston. 
John Nims, Jr., of Buckland and Drusilla Hilman of Con- 
way. 
Feb. 13, 1819 Mr. Elisha Pike of Charlemont and Mrs. Susannah Ward of 

Buckland. 
Mar. 27, 1819 Levi Fisk of Bergen in the County of Genesee and State of 

New York and Cynthia Colman of Buckland. 
Apr. 26, 1819 Levi Coy of Colrain and Lucy Nims of Buckland. 
June 26, 1819 Charles White and Esther Russell, both of Buckland. 
Sept. 15, 1819 Roswell Rice of Charlemont and Sarah Hathaway of Buck- 
land. 
Oct. 30, 1819 Edmund Tayor [sic, ? Taylor] of Buckland and Sarah 

Warner of Plainfield. 
Dec. 6, 1819 Levi Sprague the 2nd and Cynthia Chapin, both of Buck- 
land. 
Jan. 11, 1820 Alvah Lazell and Olive Brooks, Newel Townsley and Sub- 
mit Putnam, Lieut. George Mayhew and Armenia 
Lazell, all of Buckland. 



Oct. 


9, 


1816 


Nov. 


1, 


1816 


July 


18, 


1817 


July 


30, 


1817 


Sept. 


13, 


1817 


Nov. 


6, 


1817 


Nov. 


25, 


1817 


Nov. 


29, 


1817 


Mar. 


11, 


1818 


Apr. 


12, 


1818 


May 


27, 


1818 


June 


3, 


1818 


Sept. 


16, 


1818 


Oct. 


31, 


1818 


Dec. 


19, 


1818 


Dec. 


29, 


1818 


Jan. 


2, 


1819 






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WILLIAM PUNCHARD OF NEW HAVEN, CONN., 
AND HIS FAMILY 

By Donald Lines Jacobus, M. A., of Mount Carmel, Conn. 

1. William^ Punchard, of untraced antecedents, settled in New 
Haven,* where he died 16 Dec. 1748. He married first, 21 Apr. 
1703, Hannah^ Brown, daughter of Eleazer^ (Francis^) and Sarah 
(Bulkley); and secondly, 23 May 1717, Mehitabel^ Perkins, born 
29 Oct. 1692, died in 1751, daughter of David^ (Edward^ and De- 
liverance. 

Children by first wife: 
i. William,^ b. 1 Aug. 1704; d. young. 

ii. Abigail, b. 20 July 1708; d. 26 Oct. 1774, aged 67 (gravestone 
at Mount Carmel); m. 2 Feb. 1726/7 Daniel* Bradley, b. 4 Aug. 
1706, d. 9 Feb. 1773, aged 67 (ib.), s. of Daniel* (Abraham,' 
William^) and Sarah (Bassett). Six children. 
iii. Hannah, b. 2 Oct. 1711; m. (1) 23 Mar. 1737/8 Hezekiah* 
Beecher, b. 14 June 1703, d. 21 Sept. 1751, aged 48 (gravestone 
at New Haven), s. of Joseph'^ (Isaac') and Lydia (? Roberts); 
m. (2) 7 May 1752 Ends* Pardee, b. 12 Sept. 1720, d. in 1792, s. 
of Enos' (Joseph,* George') and Abigail (Holt). Only child by 
first husband: 1. Hannah, b. 20 Mar. 1746/7; d. 21 Aug. 1751, 
aged 5 (gravestone at New Haven). Only child by second hus- 
band: 2. Hannah, h. 5 June 1753; m. 5 June 1774 Timothy Sperry 
of Burlington. 

Children by second wife: 

iv. Sarah, b. 19 Feb. 1717/18; d. about 1761; m. (1) 27 Feb. 1739/40 
Joseph* Todd, b. 1 Nov. 1711, d. about 1756, s. of John' (John,^ 
Christopher') and Hannah (Butler); m. (2) 8 Sept. 1757 Charles 
Sabin, bapt. 18 Apr. 1725; d. in Apr. 1789, s. of Hezekiah and 
Zerviah (Hosmer). The probate records show that Sarah left 
no surviving issue. Children by first husband: 1. William, b. 
27 Dec. 1740; d. young. 2. Joseph, b. 20 Aug. 1743; d. young. 
2. V. William, b. 29 Oct. 1719. 

vi. Mary, b. 23 Mar. 1721/2; d. about 1748; m. 12 Mar. 1746/7 
Timothy* Gorham, b. 13 Nov. 1723, s. of Isaac' (Jabez,* John') 
and Hannah (MUes).! He m. (2) 4 Jan. 1749/50 Sarah Brown, 
by whom he had eight children. Child: 1. Mehitabel, b. 21 Dec. 
1747; m. 10 Nov. 1771 Barnabas Mulford. 

vii. Mehitabel, b. 4 Oct. 1726; d. young. 

2. William^ Punchard (William^), of New Haven, born 29 Oct. 
1719, died probably after 1794. He married, 12 Feb. 1746/7, 
Mary^ Gorham, born 10 Oct. 1721, died 1 Apr. and buried 
2 Apr. 1773 (records of Trinity Church, New Haven), daughter 
of Isaac^ (Jabez,2 John^) and Hannah (Miles). t 

William Punchard was a member of Trinity Church (Protes- 
tant Episcopal), New Haven. No record of his death or estate 
has been found. 

Children: 
i. Mary,* b. 10 May 1749 and bapt. at New Haven 18 Feb. 1749/50 

•All places mentioned in this article are situated within the present limits of the State of Con- 
necticut, unless another State or region is indicated in the text or may be easily inferred from the 
context. 

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310 Records of the First Church of Wells, Me. [Oct. 

(records of St. James's Church, Derby) ; d. 25 Sept. 1823, aged 74 

(gravestone at New Haven)* m. (1) (probably William) 

Sherman; m. (2) at Trinity Church, New Haven (under the name 
of Mary Sherman), 23 Nov. 1793, Abraham* Bradley (whose 
name was changed at baptism from Israel to Abraham), b. 15 
Aug. 1746, d. 24 Jan. 1825, aged 79 (gravestone), s. of Abraham* 
(Abraham,' Abraham,* William^ and Lois (Mansfield).* Only 
child by second husband: 1. William, b. 18 Dec. 1795 and bapt. 
at Trinity Church, New Haven, 22 Feb. 1796, aged 3 months; 
d. 16 Mar. 1877, aged 81 : m. 26 Feb. 1826 Caroline Munson, dau. 
of Isaac and Polly (Pritcnard); they left issue. 
ii. William, bapt. at New Haven in May 1752 (records of St. James's 
Church, Derby); d. between 1783 and 1787; m. Phebe Thomp- 
son, who d. 6 Apr. 1837, aged 84 (gravestone at New Haven). 
She m. (2) 21 May 1787 Charles Prindle. In June 1780 she joined 
the Second Congregational Church, New Haven, where her four 
children were baptized; with her second husband she was a 
member of Trinity Church, New Haven. Administration on the 
estate of Wilham Punchard, Jr., was granted in 1794 to Charles 
Prindle, with Abraham Bradley as surety. No distribution of 
the estate is recorded. Children: 1. Mary,* bapt. 30 July 1780. t 

2. Phebe, bapt. 30 July 1780; "P Punchard daughter of 

Punchard now Mrs. Prindle" was buried 28 Jan. 1791, 

aged 10 (records of Trinity Church). 3. Betsey, bapt. 18 Aug. 
1782. 4. WiUiam, bapt. 13 Apr. 1783; "William Punchard son 
of Phebe wife of Charles Prindle" d. 16 June 1793, aged 10 years, 
3 months (records of Trinity Church). 



RECORDS OF THE FIRST CHURCH OF WELLS, ME. 

Communicated by George Sawin Stewart, A.B., of Watertown, Mass. 

[Continued from page 123] 

A Record of Infant Males that have received Baptism in the First Church 
of Christ in Wells. From February, Twenty-seventh 1754. being bro't 
thereto by One or Both of their Parents; With a Line Drawn under the 
Parent's Name by whom they were Respectively bro't.t 

1754 
March 16th; Stephen Son of Nathan & 

Mastice Samuel 

Joshua Joshua 

Israel Nehemiah 

Solomon Lemuel 

March 24th; Seth Abel 

•The identity of Mary Punchard's first husband is not positively established, but the following 
records of Trinity Church are believed to refer to him and his family: William, son of William and 
"Molly" Sherman, was baptized 13 Aug. 1775, William Punchard being one of the sponsors; William 
Sherman (probably this child) was buried 11 Oct. 1788, aged 17, No further reference to this 
William Sherman appears in the town, church, land, or probate records of New Haven. The in- 
scription on Mary's gravestone calls her "Mary Punchard wife of Abraham Bradley." 

fNew Haven deeds show that she was living unmarried in 1801, and indicate, without proving 
positively, that in 1805 she was the wife of Ralph Hervey of New Haven. 

XCi. supra, p. 104, footnote designated by §. The arrangement described there is used also in 
the following pages, for the period from 27 Feb. 1754 to 8 Aug. 1759. The brief heading at the 
top of each page, such as "A Record of Infant Males [or Femalesl Baptized in the first Church in ' 
Wells," is omitted in this printed copy, and a column at the extreme right of each page, which 
gives a consecutive number to each child baptized, is also omitted. 



Tabitha 


Hatch 


Hannah 


Tread well Junr; 


Joanna 


Edwards 


Joanna 


Annis 


Sarah 


Hatch 


Miriam 


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March 31st; 


Henry Son of 


Joseph & 


Elisabeth 


Day 






Edmund 


Edmund 


Ruth 


Welch 


1754 












April ye 14 


Obadiah 


John 


Mary 


Cussins 






William 


Samuel 


Hannah 


Jefferds 






Jonathan 


Jonathan 


Priscilla 


Hatch 


April 


21st; 


James 


James 


Adah 


Snow 


May 


5th; 


Matthias 


Amos 


Joanna 


Storer 


May 


12th: 


John 


Samuel 


Mary 


Goold 


May 


26th; 


Francis 


Joseph 


Mary 


Winn 


May 


26th; 


Solomon 


Jeremiah 


Abigail 


Stevens 


May 


26th; 


Joseph 


Jeremiah 


Lydia 


Hatch 


June 


9th: 


Pelatiah 


John 


Susannah 


McDaniel 


June 


16th: 


Jonathan 


Thomas 


Anna 


Boston 


June 


23d; 


Elijah 


Shehuel 


Mary 


Boston 


June 


23d; 


Thomas 


Nathaniel 


Abigail 


Goold 


July 


21st; 


Loruhamah 


John 


Phebe 


Maxell 


July 


21st 


Enoch 


Jam£S 


Sarah 


Davis 


Aug: 


4th 


Seth 


Jeremiah 


Sarah 


Littlefield, Junr 


Aug: 


4th 


David 


Linney 


Keziah 


Verean 


Novr: 


17th: 


Pelatiah 


Daniel 


Hannah 


Eldridge 


Novt: 


24th: 


Joel 


Joseph 


Jerusha 


Hatch 


Deer; 


8th; 


Pelatiah 


John 


Elisabeth 


Perkins 


1755 


1* 










Janu: 


5th. 


John 


John 


Sarah 


Penny 


Janr: 


19. 


Joseph 


Sparks 


Phebe 


Perkins 


Janr: 


29 


Bartholomew- 


Paul 


Mary 


Goodwin 


Janr: 


29. 


Joseph 


Benja: 


Dorcas 


Littlefield 


Feb: 


9 


Elijah 


Zebulun 


Penninnah 


Stewart 


Mar: 


16. 


Daniel Libby 


John 


Bathsheba 


Stevens, Junr 


Mar: 


21, 


Ebenezer 


Thomas 


Abigail 


Penny 


Apr: 


13. 


Jedadiah 


John 


Elizabeth 


Goodale 


Apr: 


13. 


Ebenezer 


Amos 


Joanna 


Storer 


April: 


20 


David 


Nathan 


Tabitha 


Hatch 


April: 


20 


Abram 


Joseph 


Elisabeth 


Morrison 


May: 


11. 


John 


John 


Bathsheba 


Hatch 


May: 


18. 


John 


John 


Abigail 


Frost 


May: 


18. 


Samuel 


John 


Abigail 


Frost 


May 


25. 


Daniel 


Ebenezer 


Mehetable 


Littlefied 


May 


25. 


Daniel 


Joseph 


Dorcas 


Cheney 


May 


25. 


James 


James 


Rachel 


Buzzy 


May 


25. 


Paul 


James 


Rachel 


Buzzy 


June 


29 


William 


Nicholas 


Kezia 


Gowen 


July. 


6. 


Jonathan 


Isaac 


Hannah 


Bussell 


July. 


13. 


Benjamin 


Nathaniel 


Sarah 


Clark, Junr 


Aug: 


3d: 


Reuben 


Samuel 


Bathsheba 


Stewart 


Septr: 


7th 


Timothy 


John 


Abigail 


Winn 


Sept; 


21. 


Daniel 


John 


Bethiah 


Wormwood 


Sept; 


21. 


Eliab 


Eliab 


Bathsheba 


Littlefield 


Sept: 


28 


John 


Michael 


Mary 


Willson 


Sept: 


28 


Solomon 


Lemuel 


Sarah 


Hatch 


Octr; 


8. 


Samuel 


John 


Elisabeth 


Willson: Junr: 



Phillips-Town 

•From this date on in the manuBcript records the year for each entry is given on the same line 
with and next to the month and day, but for greater convenience in printing each year is here 
given only once, above the month and day of the first entry for that year. 



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[Oct. 



Octr: 


8. 


Joshua Son of 


Samuel & 


Mercy 


StapelsofPhilUps- 

Town 
Littlefield 


Novr: 


2d: 


Jotham 


Obediah 


Lydia 


Deer: 


7. 


Chesley 


Sparks 


Phebe 


Perkins 


Deer: 


21. 


John 


Joseph 


Lydia 


Eaton 


Deer. 


28. 


Seth 


John 


Mary 


Storer. Junr 


1756 












Janr: 


4. 


Nathaniel 


Jeremiah 


Abigail 


Storer. Junr 


Janr: 


11. 


Naphtali 


Isaac 


Dorothy 


Hatch 


Febr; 


4. 


Stephen 


Stephen 


Lois 


Annis 


Febr: 


15. 


Ebenezer 


Gideon 


Adah 


Speere 


Febr: 


15. 


John 


Gideon 


Adah 


Speere 


Febr: 


29. 


Nathan 


Joshua 


Ruth 


Adams 


Febr: 


29. 


WiUiam 


Joshvxi 


Ruth 


Adams 


Febr: 


29. 


Joshua 


Joshua 


Ruth 


Adams 


Febr: 


29. 


Stephen 


Joshvxi 


Ruth 


Adams 


Febr: 


29. 


Timothy 


Thomas 


Anna 


Baston 


Mar: 


11. 


John 


Edward 


Hannah 


Whitehouse of 
Phillipstown 


Mar: 


11: 


Obediah 


Edward 


Hannah 


Whitehouse. of 
Phillipstown 


Mar: 


20. 


Joseph 


Joseph 


Anna 


Boston 


Mar: 


20. 


Aaron 


Joseph 


Anna 


Boston 


Mar. 


20. 


Dependence 


Hilton 


Elisabeth 


Day 


Mar: 


28. 


Benjamin 


Daniel 


Mary 


Morrison, Junr. 


Mar: 


28. 


Gershom 


Shebuel 


Mary 


Boston 


Mar: 




James 


James 


Sarah 


Davis 


Apr: 


25. 


John 


John 


Sarah 


Cain 


May. 


2. 


Ehphalet 


Benja: 


ThankfuU 


Taylor 


May 


30. 


Samuel 


Samuel 


Margret 


Emery 


Aug: 


16 


Stephen 


Benja, 


Jane 


Crediford 


Aug: 


23. 


Asa 


David 


Sarah 


Low 


Aug: 


23, 


Joseph 


John 


Su^anah 


Littlefield 


Aug: 


23. 


Nathaniel 


Joshua 


Joanna 


Edwards 


Aug: 


29. 


Abraham 


A braham 


Mary 


Storer 


Aug: 


29. 


Elijah 


Jonathan 


Priscilla 


Hatch 


Aug. 


29. 


Pelatiah 


Benja; 


Dorcas 


Littlefield 


Sept: 


19. 


Salathiel 


John' 


Sarah 


Penny 


Novr; 


21. 


Jonathan 


Joseph 


Mary 


Winn 


1757 


r 










Janr; 


9. 


Francis 


Daniel 


Hannah 


Eldredge 


Janr; 


23. 


Amos 


Samuel 


Bathsheba 


Stewart 


Febr: 


14. 


Daniel 


Elijah 


Tabitha 


Stewart 


Mar; 


6, 


Benjamin 


Joseph 


Mary 


WTieel Wright 


Mar; 


13. 


John 


George 


Mary 


Jacobs 


Mar: 


13. 


Solomon 


Edward 


Ruth 


Welch ' 


Mar: 


13. 


Ebenezer 


Gideon 


Rebecca 


Hatch 


Apr: 


10. 


WiUiam 


John 


Bathsheba 


Hatch 


May 


1st; 


Spencer 


Nicholas 


Keziah 


Gowen 


May 


1st 


Thomas Wells 


Thomas 


Susannah 


Goodwin 


May 


8 


Pelatiah 


Thomas 


Abigail 


Penny 


May 


8. 


Pelatiah 


John 


Bathsheba 


Stevens. Junr. 


May 


8 


Joseph 


Joshua 


'Ruth 


Adams 


May 


8. 


Jeremiah 


Jeremiah 


Lydia 


Hatch 


May 


15. 


Hammonds 


Samuel 


Hannah 


Treadwell Junr. 


June 


5 


William 


WiUiam 


Priscilla 


Patten 



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313 



June 5 Joseph Son of Joseph & Hannah 

June 8 Jesse Samuel Tabitha 

1759 

Feb 28 Michael Michael Mary 



1758 



John 



1759 
July 1st Joseph 



Stephen 
Joseph 



Lois 
Dorcas 



Storer 
Butland 

Wilson By Revd 
Mr Lyman 

Annis by Mr Ly- 
man 

Chaney by Mr 
Smith 



A Record of Infant Females, that have Received Baptism in the First 
Church of Christ in Wells From February, Twenty-seventh 1754, being 
bro't Thereto by One or Both of their Parents; With a Line Drawn under 
the Name by whom they were Respectively Brought. 



1754 












March. 


2d; 


Lucy Da: 


* of John & 


Mary 


Bourn 






Hannah 


John 


Deborah 


Wells 






Dorothy 


Jeremy 


Abigail 


Littlefield 






Sarah 


Joshua 


Ann 


Eaton 






Miriam 


David 


Sarah 


Low 


March 


16th; 


Abigail 


Thomas 


Abigail 


Penny 






Lydia 


Benja; 


Hannah 


Hatch Junr; 






Dorcas 


Francis 


Ruth 


Hatch 






Comfort 


Abraham 


Mary 


Storer 






Abigail 


Joshua 


Ann 


Goodwin 


1754 












April ye 14th; 


Elisabeth 


Joseph 


Lydia 


Eaton 


April ye 28th 


Mary 


Stephen 


Lois 


Annis 


May 


12th: 


Sarah 


Nicholas 


Kezia 


Gowen 


May 


12th: 


Mary 


Joseph 


Elisabeth 


Eldridge 


May 


12th: 


Salome 


Isaac 


Dorothy 


Hatch 


May 


26th; 


Lois 


George 


Mary 


Jacobs 


May 


26th: 


Anna 


Jeremiah 


Abigail 


Stevens 


May 


26th; 


Abigail 


Samuel 


Elisabeth 


Littlefield 


May 


26th; 


Elisabeth 


Samuel 


Margret 


Emery 


June 


2d: 


Hannah 


Elijah 


Hannah 


Allen 


June 


9th; 


Mary 


Daniel 


Mary 


Morrison Junr: 


June 


30th; 


Susannah 


John 


Susannah 


Littlefield Jun 


June 


30th; 


Mary 


Joseph 


Mary 


Wheelwright 


Novr: 


17th; 


Susannah 


Daniel 


Frances 


Sayer 


Novr; 


17th: 


Sarah 


David 


Abigail 


Maxell 


Deer: 


22d: 


Amy 


Samuel 


Tabitha 


Butland 


Deer: 


22d: 


Lydia 


Jeremiah 


Lydia 


Hatch 


1755t 










Janu: 


5th: 


Betty 


Joseph 


Mary 


Jones of Durham 


Janr: 


5th: 


Molly 


Joseph 


Mary 


Jones of Durham 


Janr: 


19. 


Alice 


Samuel 


Alice 


Curtis 


Janr: 


29. 


Priscilla 


Hilton 


Elisabeth 


Day 


Febr: 


2d: 


Lydia 


Benja: 


Mary 


Day 


Febr: 


2d: 


Hannah 


Thomas 


Susannah 


Goodwin Junr: 


Feb: 


11. 


Elisabeth 


Benja: 


Jane 


Crediford. 


Feb: 


23. 


Eunice 


Phillip 


Elisabeth 


Hatch 



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tCf. p. 311. footnote. 



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[Oct. 



Mar; 


18 


Margret Da : of Joseph & 


Lydia 


Williams 


Mar; 


18. 


Adah 


James 


Adah 


Snow. 


Apr: 


20. 


Abigail 


Jonathan 


Hannah 


Littlefield 


May. 


11. 


Elisabeth 


Samuel 


Susannah 


Littlefield Junr: 


May 


18. 


Mary 


John 


Abigail 


Frost. 


May 


18. 


Phebe 


Ithamar 


Margret 


Littlefield 


May 


25. 


Rachel 


James 


Rachel 


Buzzy. 


May 


25. 


Lydia 


James 


Rachel 


Buzzy. 


June. 


8. 


Hannah 


Samuel 


Mary 


Goold. 


July. 


6. 


Shuah 


Nehemiah 


Tabitha 


Littlefield. 


July. 


13. 


Abigail 


James 


Sarah 


Boston 


Octr: 


8. 


Abigail 


Joshvxi 


Susannah 


Cane, of Phillips- 
Town 


Octr. 


26. 


Joanna 


Caleb 


Beriah 


Kimball. 


Novr: 


23d. 


Ehsabeth 


Joseph 


Elisabeth 


Eldridge. 


1756 












Janr. 


4th: 


Lydia 


Nathan 
Littlefield 


Charity 


Morrison. 


Janr: 


nth. 


Mary 


Joshua 


Ann 


Eaton. 


Janr: 


25th: 


Abigail 


John Heard 


Hannah 


Hubburd. 


Janr: 


25th: 


Dorcas 


John Heard 


Hannah 


Hubburd. 


Febr; 


1st; 


Molly 


Jeremiah 


Sarah 


Stewart. 


Febr: 


8th; 


Hannah 


John Heard 


Hannah 


Hubburd. 


Febr; 


8th; 


Mary Heard 


John Heard 


Hannah 


Hubburd. 


Febr: 


8th: 


Susannah 


William 


Priscilla 


Patten. 


Febr: 


8th: 


Sarah 


Samuel 


Mary 


Hatch. Junr. 


Febr: 


11th: 


Bridget 


James 


Bridget 


Chadburn. of 
Philips-town 


Febr: 


11th: 


Mary 


John 


Mary 


Chadburn. of 
Phillips-town 


Febr: 


15. 


Mary 


Gideon 


Adah 


Speere. 


Febr: 


15. 


Mary 


WiUiam 


Mary 


Hilton 


Febr: 


15. 


Hannah 


Daniel 


Elisabeth 


Edwards. 


Febr: 


15. 


Dorcas 


Daniel 


Elisabeth 


Edwards. 


Febr: 


22. 


Elisabeth 


Thom^is 


Susannah 


Goodwin. Junr. 


Febr: 


29. 


Mary 


Joshua 


Ruth 


Adams. 


Febr: 


29. 


Dorcas 


William 


Mary 


Hilton. 


Mar: 


11. 


Mary 


Edward 


Hannah 


Whitehouse. of 
Phillipstown 


Mar: 


11. 


Hannah 


Edward 


Hannah 


Whitehouse of 
Phillipstown 


Mar: 


11. 


Betcy 


Joshua 


Susannah 


Chadburn of 
Phillipstown 


Mar: 


11. 


Lucy 


Joshua 


Susannah 


Chadburn of 
Phillipstown 


Mar: 


11. 


Abigail 


John 


Phebe 


Urin of PhiUips- 
town 


Mar: 


11. 


Elisabeth 


John 


Phebe 


Urin. of Phillips- 
town 


Mar. 


20. 


Hannah 


Joseph 


Anna 


Boston. 


Mar. 


20. 


Meribah 


Joshua 


Ann 


Goodwin. 


Mar. 


20. 


Abigail 


Thomas 


Anna 


Boston. 


Mar: 


28. 


Mary 


Nathl: 


Abigail 


Goold. 


Apr: 


11. 


Elisabeth 


Samuel 


Hannah 


Jefferds. 


Apr.: 


11. 


Keturah 


Nehemiah 


Joanna 


Annis. 


Apr: 


25. 


SaUy 


John 


Sarah 


Cain. 



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315 



May. 


2. 


Mary Da: of 


Benja: & 


Thankfull 


Taylor 


May- 


30. 


Hephzibath 


John 


Mary 


Bourn. 


May 


30. 


Olive 


James 


Sarah 


Killpatrick. 


May 


30. 


Lucy 


Joseph 


Elisabeth 


Day. 


June 


27. 


Katharine 


Samuel 


Sarah 


Clark. Junr. 


June 


27. 


Eunice 


Francis 


Ruth 


Hatch. 


July 


3d: 


Lydia 


John 


Deborah 


Wells 


July 


25 


Eunice 


Jeremiah 


Abigail 


Littlefield 


Aug: 


23. 


Experience 


Gideon 


Martha 


Richardson 


Sept; 


5. 


Rhoda 


Samuel 




Littlefield. 


Sept: 


12. 


Esther 


Nathll: 


Sarah 


Clark. 


Sept; 


12 


Dorothy 


Samuel 


Jemima 


Stewart. Junr. 


Novr. 


21. 


Elisabeth 


John 


Abigail 


Frost. 


Janr; 


12. 


Sarah 


Moses 


Anna 


Fowler, of 
Phihpston 


Janr. 


12. 


Charity 


SamU 


Lydia 


Cane, of 
Philipstown 


Sept: 


29. 


Huldah 


John 


Abigail 


Winn. 


1757 












Febr; 


20. 


Mercy 


Joseph 


Dorcas 


Chaney. 


Febr; 


20. 


Susannah 


Daniel 


Elizabeth 


Edwards. 


Mar; 


13. 


Sarah • 


Joseph 


Elisabeth 


Morrison. 


Mar: 


13. 


Eunice 


John Heard 


Hannah 


Hubburd. 


Mar: 


13. 


Eleanor 


Samuel 


Huldah 


Morrison. 


Mar; 


20. 


Miriam 


Nathaniel 


Susannah 


Littlefield. 


Mar; 


20. 


Love 


Newman 


Sarah 


Perkins. 


Apr: 


10. 


Mehetable 


Daniel 


Frances 


Sayer. 


May 


8 


Susannah 


Nathan 


TabUha 


Hatch. 


June 


5 


Martha 


Benja; 


Martha 


Bourn 


Octr 


24 


Lucy 


Samll, 


Elisabeth 


Littlefield 


Novr. 


20 


Martha 


Isaac 


Hannah 


Bussell 


Novr. 


20 


Ruth 


James 


Sarah 


Baston 


Deer. 


4. 


Priscilla 


Reuben 


Hannah 


Chaney. 


1758 












April 


30 


Lydia 


Ithamar 


Margaret 


Littlefield by 
Mr Foster 


April 


30 


Hannah 


Samuel 


Mary 


Hatch by Mr 
Foster 








[To be continuedl 





PROCEEDINGS OF THE NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC 
GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

By Henry Edwards Scott, A.B., Recording Secretary 

Boston, Massachusetts, 5 October 1921. A stated meeting of the Society was 
held in Wilder Hall, 9 Ashburton Place, at 2.30 P.M., Alfred Johnson, Vice Presi- 
dent for Maine, presiding. 

The minutes of the May meeting were approved, and the reports of the Cor- 
responding Secretary, Librarian, Historian, and Council were accepted, the 
Council reporting that since the May meeting members of the Society had been 
elected as follows: 



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316 Proceedings of the N. E. HisL Gen. Society [Oct. 

Honorary Members 
, Sir Henry Farnham Burke of London, England, a corresponding 
member since 1887 

Hubert Hall of London, England 

Corresponding Members 

Margaret, Lady Vemey, of Rhianva, Menai Bridge, Wales 

Rev. Charles Wilmer Foster of Lincoln, England 

Vincent B. Redstone of Woodbridge, England 

Maj. A. T. Butler of London, England 

Sir Frederic George Kenyon of London, England 

James Sprunt of Wilmington, N. C. 

Life Members 

Edward Hamilton Squibb of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Caesar Augustin Grasselli of Cleveland, Ohio 

William Goodsell Rockefeller of Greenwich, Conn. 

Francis Lee Higginson of Boston, Mass. 

Mrs. Alfred FitLer Moore of Philadelphia, Pa. 

Eugene P. Carver of Brookline, Meiss. 

Henry S. Chapman of Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Frederick Foster Brewster of New Haven, Conn. 

Jefferson Seligman of New York City 

Jesse H. Jones of Houston, Tex. 

Mrs. Lemuel E. Quigg of Austerlitz, N. Y. 

Joseph A. Jeffrey of Columbus, Ohio 

Mrs. Mary Beecher Longyear of Brookline, Mass. 

Mrs. Wilham L. Harkness of New York City 

Chester A. Braman of New York City 

Juhus Levy of Baltimore, Md. 

E. W. Durkee of New York City 

George B. Lester of New York City 

Mrs. Paul Fitz Simons of Newport, R. I. 

Oliver G. Jennings of New York City 

Resident Members 

Frank Grant Lewis of Chester, Pa. 

Adelmer Marcus Bates of Flos^moor, lU. 

Alexander Timothy Brown of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Mrs. Ohve Harriet Harwood of Benton Harbor, Mich. 

Charles H. Bradley of Thompson's Island, Boston Harbor, Mass. 

Josephine L. Thompson of Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Edward Breck of Washington, D. C. 

Henry Leighton Rollins of Wellesley, Mass. 

Churchill J. Bartlett of Marlin, Tex. 

Frank M. Ewer of Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Mrs. Irving Raymond of Stamford, Conn., who has since election 
become a life member. 

Mrs. Mary Bosworth Clarke of Oakland, Cal. 

Clarence Almon Torrey of Dorchester, Mass. 

Mrs. Margaret Abercrombie of Kingston, Mass. 

Mrs. R. B. Abbott of Anaconda, Mont. 

Lee Sherman Chadwick of Cleveland, Ohio 

Mrs. Russell Magna of Holyoke, Mass. 

Charles Floyd Perkins of Brookline, Mass. 

Mrs. Jenny Frances Lewis of Naugatuck, Conn. 

Mrs. Edward H. Nowers of Lexington, Mass. 
Vice President Johnson, in a few well-chosen words, paid tribute to the mem- 
ory of the late President of the Society, Hon. James Phinney Baxter, who died 
8 May 1921 at the advanced age of ninety years, and, on motion of the Record- 
ing Secretary, it was 

Voted, That the New England Historic Genealogical Society hereby enters in its records its 
appreciation of the great loss that it has sustained in the death, on 8 May 1921, of its honored, 
venerable, and beloved President, James Phinney Baiter, Elected a resident member of the 
Society nearly forty years ago, Mr. Baxter became a life member in 1905 and was enrolled in the 



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1921] Notes 317 

new claB8 of Pilgrim Tercentenary membere in 1919. After holding for four years the ofl5ce of 
Vice President for Maine, he was elected President of the Society at the annual meeting on 9 Janu- 
ary 1901. and served in this position for more than twenty years — a tenure of office more than a 
year longer than that of any preceding President. 

He brought to the service of the Society experience gained in the successful conduct of large 
business enterprises and in public affairs, knowledge derived from deep research in chosen fields 
of history and literature, broad and productive scholarship, loyalty to the purposes of the Society, 
and a nobility of character which stamped him as a true New England gentleman. He was faith- 
ful in the performance of the duties of his office, assiduous in attendance at the meetings of the 
Council and the Society up to a few months before his death, sagacious in counsel, dignified and 
courteous as a presiding officer, inspiring as a leader. The Society recalls with gratitude his long 
life rich in achievements for the enduring benefit of his City, his State, and his fellow men. It 
mourns his death, and it extends to his sons and to his daughter this expression of heartfelt 
sympathy in their bereavement. 

The Recording Secretary then referred to the recent death of Frank Ernest 
Woodward, a member of the Council of this Society, and, on motion, it was 

Voted, That the New England Historic Genealogical Society hereby enters in its records its 
appreciation of the great loss that it has sustained in the death, on 5 August 1921, of Frank 
Ernest Woodward. A resident member of the Society since 1898, he served faithfully on three im- 
portant committees at various times and in the Council during the years 1912-1914 and 1919-1920, 
and was elected in February 1921 as Councillor for three more years. His business training gave 
especial weight to his advice in financial matters. His genealogical writings reflected honor on 
the Society and furnished valuable material for its magazine. The Society will ever cherish his 
memory, and it extends to his widow and children its heartfelt sympathy in their bereavement. 

On motion of Vice President Lamson it was 

Voted, That at the stated meeting of this Society in November next an election be held, in 
accordance with the By-Laws, to fill the vacancy in the Presidency caused by the death of Jamea 
Phinney Baxter and the vacancy in the Council caused by the death of Frank Ernest Woodward. 

Vice President Johnson then presented, as the speaker of the afternoon, Edwin 
James Hipkiss, Keeper in the Department of Western Art, Museum of Fine Arts, 
Boston, who showed a series or interesting stereopticon views illustrating the 
subject of his paper, American Doorways of the Eighteenth Centvry. 

No other busmess being presented, the Chair, at 3.30 P.M., declared the 
meeting dissolved, and the members of the Society, with their guests, enjoyed 
the hospitality provided by the Committee on Papers and Essays. 



NOTES 

It having come to the attention of this Society that certain geneal- 
ogists and publishers have used the name of the Society in con- 
nection with their own enterprises, the Society again desires to 
state that it has NO genealogical representatives in this country 
or in England, nor is it in any way connected with any publications 
other than those that it issues over its own name at 9 Ashburton 
Place, Boston. 

Endogamic Ancestry. — Everyone knows that in the absence of intermarriage 
the number of one's ancestors doubles in each generation, the farther back 
the line is traced. It is also obvious that, if endogamy or inbreeding were carried 
to its limit, the number of ancestors in each generation would not exceed two; 
but no actual example of this is known to the writer. The recurrence, generation 
after generation, of the marriage of doubly-related first cousins would give 
four ancestors in each generation except the last. Any more distant degree of 
kinship than this causes the number of ancestors to increase at a surprising rate. 

In counting ancestors a complication arises from the fact that the same indi- 
vidual ancestor may be, for example, seven generations back in one line and 
eight generations back in another line. To avoid this difficulty it is necessary 
to take the total number of individuals in all the generations under consideration. 



318 Notes [Oct. 

For example, the maximum number of ancestors in the eighth generation back is 
256; the maximum total in eight generations is24-4-]-8 + 16+32 -f 64 + 
128 + 256 = 510. An index of endogamy for eight generations might be con- 
structed, in the form of a fraction, by using the number 510 as the denominator 
and the actual number of different ancestors in the given case as the numerator. 

In view of the statement, often heard, that inbreeding is injurious to the 
offspring, and the other statement, sometimes made, that New Englanders 
suffer from the effect;? of inbreeding, it would be interesting to know the endoga- 
mic indices of famihes distinguished for good or bad qualities and also the normal 
or average index of the descendants of early settlers. Possibly some such study 
has been made, but I am not aware of it. I beheve that it would probably show 
less inbreeding in New England than in most of the rural parts of Europe, on 
account of the migratory habits of the first Europ)ean settlers here and many of 
their descendants. Moreover, as over 20,000 immigrants arrived in Massachu- 
setts in the first twenty years of the settlement and as only 512 ancestors — in 
the ninth generation back — are required by a young descendant of the present 
day, there was no apparent necessity for marriages between relatives, and such 
marriages as did occur were of the sort that would occur in any part of the world. 

Some endogamic indices that have come to my attention are given herewith 
and may be of interest: Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt, iHj Peter the Cruel, 
King of Castile and Leon, \\l\ Wilham II, former German Emperor, \\^\ 
average (possibly incomplete) of three families on an island off the Atlan- 
tic coast of the United States, f|f: theoretical case of recurring marriages 
of doubly-related first cousins, ^VV. Other indices, based on different numbers of 
generations, are: Herod Agrippa (four generations), |^; average of eight royal 
families of northern Europe (twelve generations), l\\%. 

The cases of Peter the Cruel and Cleopatra deserve, further consideration. 

Peter's paternal grandfather and his maternal grandmother were brother and 
sister; likewise his maternal grandfather and paternal grandmother. Moreover, 
his paternal grandfather's father and mother were second cousins, and one of 
Peter's great-great-grandmothers was an illegitimate daughter of one of his 
great-great-grandfathers. There were other similar connections farther back, 
so that his table of ancestors in the different generations is as follows, the Roman 
numerals indicating the number of the generation: I, 2; II, 4; III, 4; IV, 8; V, 
14 (13); VI, 26 (24); VII, 52 (48); VIII, 102 (83); t9tal (186). The figures in 
parentheses give the number of ancestors after deducting those already met with 
in a previous generation, 

Cleopatra's father was the son of a concubine, but he married his half sister, 
who was the child of Ptolemy VIII and the latter's sister. These two in turn 
were the children of Ptolemy VII and Cleopatra, the daughter of his brother 
and sister. In the fifth generation of ascent we find another marriage of a brother 
and sister and in the seventh generation still another. The number of ancestors 
in each generation is as follows: I, 2; II, 3; III, 4: IV, 8; V, 14 (12); VI, 26 (22); 
VII, 47 (41); VIII, 88 (79); total (171). Possibly the total should be less, as 
there is some doubt concerning the origin of some of the ancestors. 

It would be unwise to make any generalization from these two cases as to the 
harmful results of inbreeding. Peter's cruelty was probably due not so much 
to his poverty in ancestors as to the fact that cruelty was a common characteristic 
in the royal houses both of Castile and of Portugal. He might have inherited 
good qualities, if they had been as common among his ancestors. In the case of 
Cleopatra, she undoubtedly had a mind of the first order, and her character was 
vigorous, even if unscrupulous. 

Authorities for the foregoing statements are Huth's "Marriage of Near Kin," 
Woods's "Heredity in Royalty," Bouillet's "Atlas d'Histoire et de Geographic," 
and Thomson's "Evolution." 

Cambridge, Mass. Rufus Stickney Tucker. 



Palmer: Additions and Corrections. — Since the publication of the article 
entitled "Some Descendants of WiUiam Palmer of Watertown, Mass., and 
Hampton, N. H.," in the Register for July, 1914 (vol. 68, pages 259-262), 
additional information has been received about the children of Trueworthy* 
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page 261 of that volume of the Register should, therefore, be revised in con- 
formity with this additional information, and should read as follows: 

Children [of Trueworthy* Palmer] by first wife: 
i. Sarah,« b. 23 Apr. 1773; m. about 1800 James Rollins of Loudon, 

N. H., b. in 1770, d. 6 Dec. 1830.* 
ii. Judith, b. 22 Apr. 1775; m. 4 Apr. 1797 Jonathan Rollins of 

Loudon, N. H., b. 10 Mar. 1773, d. 7 Sept. 1832. 
iii. James, b. 17 June 1777. 
iv. Lois, b. 11 July 1779; m. 26 Nov. 1797 John Thompson. 

7. V. Jonathan, b. 25 Jan. 1782. 
vi. MoLLEY, b. 16 June 1784. 

vii. William, of Dover, N. H., b. 17 July 1786; m. 3 Apr. 1815 Maria 

Kimball. 
viii. Enoch, b. 21 Apr. 1789; m. Margaret Grush. 
ix. Anna, b. 15 Aug. 1791; m. Littlefield of Dover, N. H. 

Children [of Trueworthy' Palmer] by second wife : 
X. True WORTHY, b. 27 Aug. 1797. 
xi. Stephen, b. 19 Aug. 1799. 

Child [of Jonathan* Palmer] by first wife: 
i. Henry Osgood,' b. 4 Oct. 1807; m. in Jan. 1834 Rebecca Ride- 
ought. 

Children [of Jonathan* Palmer] by second wife : 
ii. Jonathan, b. 20 Apr. 1811; d. young, 
iii. George Washington, b. 15 Apr. 1812; d. 11 Dec. 1871; m. 13 Apr. 

1834 Hannah Wormwood. 
iv. William Prescott, b. 8 Oct. 1813; d. 25 May 1857; m. 28 Feb. 

1849 Ellen Everett. 
v. Simon Prescott, b. 23 Dec. 1815; d. 25 Jan. 1863; m. 10 Nov. 

1843 Laura L. Ingalls. 
vi. David Shepherd, b. 14 May 1818; d. 22 May 1892; m. 11 Dec. 

1845 Frances M. Bus well. 
vii. Jonathan Prescott, b. 19 Dec. 1820; d. 6 Apr. 1898; m. 21 Oct. 

1848 Amanda Foster. 

8. viii. James Monroe, b. 5 Oct. 1822. 

ix. Martha A., b. 25 May 1825; d. 19 Mar. 1914; m. John H. Garvin 

of Exeter Mills, Me. 
X. Mary F., b. 28 Jan. 1829; d. unm. 14 Oct. 1846. 
xi. Lewis Augustus, b. 20 Mar. 1833; d. 15 Sept. 1901; m. 13 June 
1859 Mary E. Tyler. 
Boston, Mass. William Lincoln Palmer. 



Woolley: Additions and Corrections. — We all owe to Mrs. Irene Cynthia 
Gould a debt of gratitude for her careful and thorough study of the Woolley 
family in the Register for January, 1921 (supra, pp. 29-41). She has solved a 
problem that had long baffled investigators. In the interest of completeness, 
however, I am led to call attention to a misplacement of names on page 33 of that 
issue and to add a brief account of Dr. David Woolley of Hinsdale, N. H., and 
his children, who do not appear in Mrs. Gould's article. 

The David Woolley who is given on page 33 of the present volume of the 
Register as the second son of Thomas^ Woolley (8) was in reality the fourth 
child of Joseph^ Woolley (7), and his name should be inserted in the list of the 
children of Joseph^ Woolley, on page 32, between the names of Joseph (Lii) and 
Maiy (iv). That Joseph Woolley (7) had a son David is proved by an order of 
the judge of probate for Middlesex Co., Mass., dated 10 Mar. 1784, directing the 
children of Joseph Woolley, deceased, viz., David Woolley, Mary Marshall, 
Rebecca Woolley, and Lucy Stratton, to repay in equal shares monies given to 
their father Joseph when the estate of Jonathan Woolley [3, iii, their uncle] was 

•The statement in Reqistbr, vol. 68, p. 261, that she married 27 Oct. 1796 Benning Adams of 
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first settled, 26 July 1767 (Middlesex Probate Records).* This David* Woolley, 
of Bedford and Princeton, Mass., son of Joseph' (7), was born about 1744, and 
died 4 or 6 Mar. 1834, aged 90 (Princeton Vital Records). Therefore he could 
not have been the son of Thomas* Woolley (8), as the latter was not married 
until 7 Mar. 1752. He married at Bedford, 16 June 1774, Sarah Porter, as is 
stated in Mrs. Gould's article. The births of his first four children, the dates of 
which are given by Mrs. Gould, are recorded at Princeton. A daughter of David 
Woolley died at Princeton 10 May 1786. A Sally Woolley, perhaps daughter of 
David, married at Princeton, 29 Dec. 1794, Amos Holt. The William Marshall, 
Jr., whose intention of marriage with Mary Woolley, David's sister, was recorded 
at Princeton 15 Aug. 1783, was of Holden, Mass. 

Thomas* Woolley (8) did, however, have a son David, his second child, and 
the following account of him and his children should be substituted, supra, p. 33, 
for the account there given of the other David, which belongs in the list of the 
children of Joseph^ Woolley (7), on page 32. 

ii. Dr. David, of Hinsdale, N. H., b. at Shirley, Mass., 3 Nov. 1759; 
d. at Hinsdale 11 Nov. 1844; m. (1) Relief Willard of Hinsdale, 
who d. at Hinsdale 16 Apr. 1813, dau. of Nathan and Lucy (Allen); 
m. (2) at Oakham, Mass., 13 June 1814, Hannah Sprague 
Crawford, b. at Oakham 16 Aug. 1782, living there 13 Oct. 
1854, aged 70 years, according to her application for a pension 
(which was granted), dau. of Capt. John and Mary (Ford) of 
Oakham. On 1 Jan. 1776, when David Woolley was living at 
Montague, Mass., he enlisted as a private in Captain Ogden's 
company. Col. James Reed's regiment, in which he continued to 
serve until about May 1776, when he was transferred to Captain 
Butler's company, Col. John Nixon's regiment, as he had a 
brother, whose name is not given in the records, in that company 
and wished to be with him. He served until the end of the year 
and took part in the Battle of Harlem Heights. In 1777 he enlisted 
again from Bernardston, Mass. (where his father then lived), in 
Captain Dinsmore's company, Colonel Woodbridge's regiment, 
served for three months, and was present at the surrender of 
Burgoyne. He enlisted again from Bernardston in July 1780, 
for three months, in Capt. Isaac Newton's company. Col. Seth 
Murray's regiment. He wa.s granted a pension on his application 
executed 11 Aug. 1832, when he was living at Hinsdale, N. H. 
He practised medicine at Hinsdale for many years, .snd was 
several times elected a representative to the New Hampshire 
Legislature. Children by first wife: 1. Charlef^,^ h. at Halifax, Vt., 
18 Oct. 1789; d. at Henderson, N. Y., 9 July 1813, being killed by 
the faU of a tree. 2. Amos, b. at Halifax, Vt., 18 Jan. 1791; d. 
at Henderson, N. Y., 16 Nov. I860: he was a soldier in the War of 
1812. 3. Riley, b. at Hinsdale. N. H., 20 Nov. 1792; d. 6 June 
1806. 4. Willard, b. at Hinsdale, N. H., 27 Mar. 1796; d. 12 Aug. 

1814. 5. Francvi, b. at Hinsdale, N. H., 13 Apr. 1799; m. • 

had children, Frances. Lydia, Willard, and Lucy Relief. Child 
by second wife: 6. Relief Willard. b. at Hinsdale, N. H., 3 Mar. 
1815; m. 2 Mar. 1836 Parks Wright, a descendant of Dea. Samuel 
Wright, who was in Springfield, Ma.*^., in 1639; their only child 
who survived them was Henry Parks, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., b. at 
Winchester, N. H., 30 Nov. 1839, d. at New Haven, Conn., 17 
Mar. 1918, for forty years a member of the faculty of Yale College 
and also a resident member of the New England Historic Gene- 
alogical Society from 1914 until his death, f 
New Haven, Conn. Henry Burt Wright. 

•This Jonathan Woolley (3, iii) died at Bedford, Mass., 25 July 1766. in his 61st year, or 22 
July 1.766, in his 65th year, "by a fall from a Stone wall which killed him in a minutes time." (Bed- 
ford Vital Records.) If he was born 3 May 1702, as the Concord (Mass.) records state, he was in 
his 65th year at the time of his death. The date of his death is given incorrectly (supra, p. 31) 
as 26 July 1776. — Editor. 

tSee memoir of Profeasor Wright in Register, vol. 73, p. iliii. Much of the information 
given above about Dr. David Woolley was obtained from the records of the Bureau of Pensions, 



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Historical Intelligence 

Heraldry. — The Committee on Heraldry of the New England Historic 
Genealogical Society strongly recommends that all coats of arms which can be 

proved to be authentic be offered for record 
with this Society. The arrangements for the 
making and preservation of such records are 
complete, and the volume of recorded arms has 
been begun by the entry therein of a number of 
well-authenticated coats. Printed forms and 
directions for the making of applications may 
be obtained from the Committee, and all com- 
munications on this subject should be addressed 
to the Committee on Heraldry, New England 
Historic Genealogical Society, 9 Ashburton 
Place, Boston. 
^'^'^^^^^^^^ Without taking any position with reference to 

^ ^^^ m?*>^ ^j^g propriety of assuming arms, the Committee 

will be glad to examine arms or heraldic devices 
which any person or organization desires to as- 
sume, and give advice as to whether the same are heraldically correct or whether 
they violate a right of exclusive use heretofore acquired by others. 




A Pilgrim Memorial Church for Delfshaven. — A committee has been 
formed in Holland to secure a fund for the erection of a Pilgrim Memorial Church 
at Delfshaven, whence the Pilgrims of 1620 began then- voyage to America. 
Louis P. de Boer, A.M., 5443 West 41st Avenue, Denver, Colo., is general agent 
and treasurer in the United States for this work, and to him checks, which should 
be marked "Delfshaven Fund," may be sent. 



Genealogies in Preparation. — Persons of the several names are advised 
to furnish the compilers of these genealogies with records of their own families 
and other information which they think may be useful. We would suggest that 
all facts of interest illustrating family history or character be communicated, 
especially service under the U. S. Government, the holding of other offices, grad- 
uation from college or professional schools, occupation, with places and dates 
of birth, marriage, residence; and death. All names should be given in full, if 
possible. No initials should be used when the full name is known. 

Aldrich. — George, who came from Derbyshire, England, 6 Nov. 1631, and 
died at Mendon, Mass., 1 Mar. 1682/3, by Raymon Meyers Tingley, Herrick 
Center, Pa. 

Bowen. — Richard, born in Wales about 1600, died at Rehoboth in the Plym- 
outh Colony 4 Feb. 1674/5, by Charles Shepard, P. O. Box 302, Troy, N. Y. 

Brovm. — Nicholas, born probably before 1618, died, probably at Portsmouth, 
R. I., after 1660, by Charles Shepard, P. O. Box 302, Troy, N. Y. 

Clark. — Lieut. Thaddeus, of Clark's Point, Me., who was killed in battle near 
Falmouth, Me., 16 May 1690, by Raymon Meyers Tingley, Herrick Center, Pa. 

Colbum. — Nathaniel, who died at Dedham, Mass., 14 May 1691, by Raymon 
Meyers Tingley, Herrick Center, Pa. 

Rochester. — Nicholas, born in co. Kent, England, in 1640, died in Westmoreland 
Co., Va., in 1719, by Charles Shepard, P. O. Box 302, Troy, N. Y. 

Tinkham. — Ephraim, born in England, perhaps in 1616, died at Plymouth in 
New England about 15 May 1685, by Horace W. Tinkham, Warren, R. I. 

Turner. — Humphrey, born in co. Kent, England, died at Scituate in the 
Plymouth Colony in 1673, by Mrs. Cora Adella Hunt, 174 Oakland Avenue, 
Methuen, Mass. 

Weeks. — Leonard, of Greenland, N. H., baptized at Compton-Martin, co. 

Washington, D. C. The statements regarding his children are taken from notes given to Professor 
Henry Parks Wright by his grandmother, Hannah Sprague (Crawford) Woolley. Professor 
Wright, after the death of his parents, was brought up at his grandmother's home in Oakham, Mass. 



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Somerset, England, 7 Aug. 1639, died at Greenland or Portsmouth, N. H., 
between 15 May 1706 and Mar. 1707/8, by Lyman H. Weeks, 2352 University 
Avenue, New York, N. Y. 

Woodman. — Edward, of Newbury, Mass., born at Corsham, Wiltshire, England, 
27 Dec. 1606, died at Newbury, Mass., about 1693, by Elijah Franklin Woodman, 
Jr., Carlinville, 111. 



RECENT BOOKS 

[The Editor particularly requests persons sending books for listing in the Rbqisteb to state, 
for the information of readers, the price of each book, with the amount to be added for postage 
when sent by mail, and from whom it may be ordered. For the January issue, books should be 
received by Nov. 1; for April, by Feb. 1; for Julv, by May 1; and for October, by July 1.] 

GENEALOGICAL 

Arnold, William, Stukeley Westcott, and William Carpenter, English homes 
of. An account of the English homes of three early proprietors of Providence, 
WiUiam Arnold, Stukeley Westcott, and WiUiam Carpenter. By Fred Afugustus] 
Arnold. Providence, 1921. 43 p. fcsm. il. map pi. por. 4° 

Gates genealogy. Ancestry and descendants of Wilham Gates late of Frank- 
fort, N. Y. Appendix 1, descendants of Alfred Gates (brother of William Gates) 
late of Franklin, La. Appendix 2, ancestry of Mary Ajin Deuel (wife of William 
Gates). [By Frederick Gates. Long VaUey, N. J., 1921.] 32 p. fcsm. pi. 4° 

Meade genealogy. Andrew Meade of Ireland and Virginia, his ancestors, and 
some of his descendants and their connections, including sketches of the following 
families: Meade, Everard, Hardaway, Eggleston, Segar, Pettus, and Overton. 
By P[atrick] Hamilton Baskervill. Richmond, Va., Old Dominion Press, Inc., 
1921. 170 p. geneal. tab. pi. por. 8° 

Rhoades, Nelson Osgood, ancestry. Ancestral lineages of Nelson Osgood 
Rhoades and Frances James (Brown) Rhoades. From ancestors Henry Rhodes, 
of Lynn; John Osgood, of Andover; John Richmond, of Taunton; Thomas 
Rogers, "Mayflower"; Lieut. Edward Woodman, Newbury; Matthew Moulthrop, 
John Brockett, John Thompson, New Haven, Conn. ^1920 by Nelson Osgood 
Rhoades. 21 p. il. 4° Reprinted from The Colonial Famihes of the United 
States of America, vol. 7. 

BIOGRAPHICAL 

Savage, Capt. John, memoir. A sketch of the life of Capt. John Savage, J. P., 
first settler in Shefford Co., 1792. Also the early history of St. John's Church, 
West Shefiford, Que., 1821-1921. By M[ary] O. Vaudry, M.A. n. p. n. d. 20 p. 8^ 

Part of a paper prepared for the meeting at Toronto, in Mar. 1921, of the United Empire 
Loyalists' Association of Canada. 

Smith, Rev. Ralph, memoir. Rev. Ralph Smith, first settled minister of 

Plymouth, 1629-1636. Francis Higginson's journal or narrative of his voyage 

to the Bay Plantation. By Edward Leodore Smith. Boston, 1921. 16 +[2] +18 
p. 8° 

Ward, Artemas, biography. The life of Artemas Ward, the first commander- 
in-chief of the American Revolution. By Charles Martyn. New York, Artemas 
Ward, 1921. 13+334 p. fcsm. map pi. por. 8° Price $3.00. Address Artemas 
Ward, publisher, 50 Union Square, New York City. 

Wentworth, John, biography. John Wentworth, Governor of New Hampshire, 
1767-1775. By Lawrence Shaw Mavo. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 
1921. 8 +208 p. fcsm. map pi. por. 4* Price $5.00. Address Harvard University 
Press, Cambridge, Mass. 



THE 
NEW ENGLAND 

HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL 
REGISTER 



SUPPLEMENT TO APRIL NUMBER, 1921 



PROCEEDINGS 

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Officers Elected by the Society for the Year 1921 
Officers and Committees Appointed by the Council 
Report of Proceedings at the Annual Meeting 
Report of the Council 

Committee on Finance 

Committee on Ways and Means . ... 

Committee on Increase of Membership 

Committee on Sale of Publications 

Committee on Publications .... 

Committee to Assist the Historian 

Committee on EngUsh Research 

Committee on Heraldry . . . .. , . 

Committee on the Library .... 

Committee on Collection of Records . 

Committee on Epitaphs 

Committee on Papers and Essays 

Special Committee on Endowment and Members 
Report of the Librarian . . . . 

Report of the Corresponding Secretary 
Report of the Trustees of the Kidder Fund 

Report of the Treasurer 

Report of the Historian — Necrology for 1920 

Memoirs of Deceased Members 

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FOR THE YEAR 1921 



JAMES PHINNEY BAXTER, A.M., Litt.D Portland, Me. 

Vict ^rcsfibentsf 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE BrookHne 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Litt.D Belfast, Me. 

ALBERT HENRY LAMSON New London, N. H. 

WILLIAM WALLACE STICKNEY, LL.D Ludlow, Vt. 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Jr., A.M., LL.B. . Newport, R. I. 

GEORGE SEYMOUR GODARD, M.A., B.D Hartford, Conn. 

3i^ecorbmg: ^ecretarp 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B Medford 

Correffponbing ^ecretarp 

THORNTON KIRKLAND LOTHROP, A.B Boston 

^reajfurer 

GEORGE LAMBERT GOULD Topsfield 

^ Hibrarian 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW Winthrop 

^fje Council 

JAMES PHINNEY BAXTER, A.M., Litt.D. 
JOHN CARROLL CHASE 
HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B. 
THORNTON KIRKLAND LOTHROP, A.B. 
GEORGE LAMBERT GOULD 
WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW 

For 1921 

Mrs. AGNES BEVILLE (VAUGHAN) TEDCASTLE . Milton 

MYLES STANDISH, A.M., M.D., S.D Boston 

EDWARD WILLARD HOWE, A.B Roxbury 

For 1921, 1922 

Mrs. IDA MARION (CHASE) BAKER Concord 

CLEMENT STEVENS HOUGHTON Chestnut HiU 

Mrs. FLORENCE REYNOLDS (CONANT) HOWES . Allston 

For 1921, 1922, 1923 

ARTHUR WINSLOW PEIRCE, A.B., Litt.D Franklin 

Mrs. ELEANOR COTTON (DENHAM) WARDEN . Boston 

FRANK ERNEST WOODWARD WeUesley Hills . 

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. APPOINTED BY THE COUNCIL 



LEWIS WILDER HICKS, M.A WeUesley 

(thitov of publications 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B Medford 

Committee on Jf inance 

JAMES PHINNEY BAXTER, A.M., Litt.D., 

Chairman ex officio . . Portland, Me. 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE Brookline 

NATHAN MATTHEWS, LL.D Boston 

CHARLES EDWARD MANN Maldei; 

CLEMENT STEVENS HOUGHTON Chestnut HiU 

EDWARD WILLARD HOWE, A.B Roxbiiry 

GEORGE LAMBERT GOULD, ex officio Topsfield 

Committee on Wia^& anb iHeanjJ 

WILLIAM STREETER RICHARDSON, Chairman . . Canton 

LAWRENCE BRAINERD Cambridge 

LEW CASS HILL Boston 

Mrs. IDA LOUISE (FARR) MILLER Wakefield 

THORNTON KIRKLAND LOTHROP, A.B. ..... Boston 

HENRY BEECHER REED South Weymouth 

GEORCE WINSLOW WIGGIN Franklin 

Committee on ^ntvta&t of iHembersfljip 

MYLES STANDISH, A.M., M.D., S.D., Chairman . . . Boston 

JOSEPH GRAFTON MINOT Boston 

LUTHER ATWOOD, A.B Lynn 

EDWARD HOLMES KITTREDGE, A.B ArUngton 

HAROLD BOWDITCH, A.B., M.D Brookline 

JOSEPH HARVEY WHITE Boston 

Mrs. IDA MARION (CHASE) BAKER Concord 

Committee on ^ale of ^ublicationsf 

CHARLES ELIOT GOODSPEED, Chairman WoUaston 

WILLIAM BROWN SNOW Maiden 

SAMUEL BRADLEE DOGGETT Boston 

EVERETT JEFTS BEEDE, A.B Belmont 

WILLIAM OGILVIE COMSTOCK, E.M Brookline 

WILLLA.M CHURCHILL BRIGGS SomerviUe 

CHARLES EMILE LAURIAT, Jr West Newton 

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JAMES PARKER PARMENTER, A.M., LL.B., Chairman Arlington 

HOSEA STARR BALLOU Brookline 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Jr., A.M., LL.B. . Newport, R. I. 

JOHN WALLACE SUTER, A.B., S.T.D Winchester 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Litt.D Brookline 

GEORGE RITCHIE MARVIN, A.M Brookline 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B., ex offido Medford 

Committee to ^^^i^i tfje 5|ijftorian 

ANDREW FISKE, Ph.D., LL.B., Chairman Weston 

ANSON TITUS Somerville 

ARTHUR GREENE LORING Woburn 

ARTHUR WINSLOW PEIRCE, A.B., Lnr.D Franklin 

FRANK MORTIMER HAWES, A.M SomerviUe 

CHARLES SIDNEY ENSIGN, Jr., A.B., J.B Newton 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B., ex officio Medford 

Committee on Cnglis^fj 3Ble£{earc{i 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Jr., A.M., LL.B., 

Chairman . . Newport, R. I. 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B Medford 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Litt.D Brookline 

JOHN BARBER WHITE Kansas City, Mo. 

GEORGE FRANCIS DOW Topsfield 

CHARLES PICKERING BOWDITCH, A.M Jamaica Plain 

FREDERICK SAMUEL FISH, A.B South Bend, Ind. 

Committee on Jleralbrp 

ROBERT DICKSON WESTON, A.B., Chairman . . . Boston 

BOYLSTON ADAMS BEAL, A.B., LL.B Nahant 

CHARLES KNOWLES BOLTON, A.B Shirley 

WILLLA.M STREETER RICHARDSON ........ Canton 

WILLL^M TRUMAN ALDRICH, S.B Boston 

Committee on tfie Hibrarp 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE, Chairman Brookhne 

GEORGE SAWIN STEWART, A.B Watertown 

JAMES MELVILLE HUNNEWELL, A.B., LL.B. . . . Boston 

Mrs. MARY ELLA (STICKNEY) RANDALL .... Waltham 

ALBERT HENRY LAMSON New London, N. H. 

Miss IDELLE KEYES Boston 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW, ex officio .... Winthrop 

Committee on Collection of 3i^etorbjS 

WALTER KENDALL WATKINS, Chairman Maiden 

CLARENCE SAUNDERS BRIGHAM, A.M Worcester 

SAMUEL BURNHAM SHACKFORD, A.B., LL.B. . . Dover, N. H. 

GEORGE SEYMOUR GODARD, M.A., B.D Hartford, Conn. 

FRANK ERNEST WOODWARD WeUesley Hills 

GEORGE HUNT BARTON, S.B Cambridge 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW, ex officio .... Winthrop 

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HAROLD CLARKE DURRELL, A.B., Chairman . . . Arlington 

WILLIAM DAVIS PATTERSON Wiscasset, Me. 

OTIS GRANT HAMMOND, A.M Concord, N. H. 

Mrs. KATE EUGENIA (MORRIS) CONE, A.B., Ph.D. Hartford, Vt. 

Mrs. JESSIE ALICE (WOODS) PORTER Springfield 

Miss EDITH MAY TILLEY Newport, R. I. 

LUCIUS BARNES BARBOUR, A.B Hartford, Conn. 

Committee on 3^tv^ anb €9iia^& 

Mrs. FLORENCE REYNOLDS (CONANT) HOWES, 

Chairman . . Allston 

Miss JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH RAYNE Cambridge 

Miss MARY ST. BARBE EUSTIS Brookline 

Mrs. AGNES BEVILLE (VAUGHAN) TEDCASTLE . MUton 

Mrs. belle AUGUSTA (SEAVEY) FLOYD .... Winthrop 

Mrs. ELEANOR COTTON (DENHAM) WARDEN . Boston 

Mrs. hope MANCHESTER (HAYNES) WHEELER Augusta, Me. 



Special Conmtittee on 3i^t3i£fion of tfje JUj^-Hatojf* 

JAMES PARKER PARMENTER, A.M., LL.B., Chairman Arlington 

WALDO LINCOLN, A.B Worcester 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE Brookline 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW Winthrop 

SAMUEL MITCHELL CHILD, LL.B West Roxbury 

Special Committee on Cnbotoment anb iHemberjft 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE, Chairman Brookline 

GEORGE LAMBERT GOULD Topsfield 

WILLIAM STREETER RICHARDSON Canton 

JAMES MELVILLE HUNNEWELL, A.B., LL.B. . . . Boston 

MYLES STANDISH, A.M., M.D., S.D Boston 

Mrs. FLORENCE REYNOLDS (CONANT) HOWES . AUston 

•Appointed by the President in accordance with a vote of the Society of 1 April 1914, and serv- 
ing until difioharged by the Society. 

t Appointed by the Council, 1 December 1920, for the calendar year 1921, "to conduct an active 
campaign for money to pay off the Society's indebtedness, to obtain members, and to secure 
Bpe«ial endowment funds." This committee continues the work of the Special Committee on 
Endowment and Members appointed by the Council 2 January 1919 for the two years 1919 and 
1020. 



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The seventy-seventh annual meeting of the Society was held on 
Wednesday, 2 February 1921, at 2.30 P.M., in Wilder Hall, 9 Ash- 
burton Place, Boston, Vice President Chase presiding and a quorum 
being present. 

The minutes of the meeting of 5 January 1921 were read and 
approved, and the monthly reports of the Corresponding Secretary, 
Librarian, Historian, and Council were accepted, the Council report- 
ing that since the January meeting members of the Society had been 
elected as follows: 

Pilgrim Tercentenary Members 

Edwin Bertram Pike of Pike, N. H. 

John Hall McClement of New York City . ^ 

Francis Russell Hart ] 

George Robert White I of Boston, Mass. 

Mrs. Frederick T. Bradbury J 

Charles L. Denison of New York City 

Mrs. Timothy B. Blackstone of Chicago, III. 

John S. Shirkie of Terre Haute, Ind. 

Francis Henry French of Davenport, Iowa 

Joseph Ballister Russell of Cambridge, Mass. 

Edward Alford Merritt of BrookHne, Mass. 

Edwin Fraser Gillette of Pasadena, Cal. 

Hon. Joseph Edward Willard of Fairfax, Va. 

Jesse Homan Pardee of Bufltalo, N. Y. 

Charles Warren GLUett of Chicago, lU. 

WiRiam Albert Harbison of Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Edward S. Page of Cleveland, Ohio 

Lucien Duncan Bulkley of New York City 

William John WiUiams of Cincinnati, Ohio 

WiUiam Wallace Kincaid of Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

William Arthur Stone of Hopwood, Pa. 

Solon Osmond Richardson, Jr., of Toledo, Ohio 

Henry Mitchell Wallis of Racine, Wis.* 

WiUiam Stephenson Stearns of Wyoming, Ohio 

Mrs. Harold Fowler McCormick of Chicago, 111. 

Alfred Vamum Lincoln of Charlestown, Mass. 

Col. Edmund Haines Taylor, Jr. 1 ^ p.^nkfort, Ky. 

Jacob Swigert Taylor j 

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Mrs. Charles Deering of New York City 

Hon. Charles Sumner Smith of Lincoln, Mass. 

Mrs. P. B. Tingley of Point Loma, Cal. 

George Theodore Smith of Jersey City, N. J. 

Charles Edward Riley of Newton, Mass. 

Fennimore C. Marsh of New York City 

Herbert Emerson Fales of West Newton, Mass. 

David W. Beaty of Warren, Pa. 

Frank Gates Allen of Moline, 111. 

Frederick H. Ecker 

Edward Farley Whitney 

Louis Palmer Slade of New Britain, Conn. 

Henry A. Magoun of Haddonfield, N. J. 

Mrs. Louis Prang of Boston, Mass. 

Frank Coit Johnson 1 ^^ ^^^ york City 



I of New York City 



Hon. Norman H. Davis 
Nelson A. Gladding of Indianapolis, Ind. 
Mrs. Seymour Morris of Chicago, El. 
Thomas Frederick Cole of New York City 
John Norman Staples, Jr., of Brookline, Mass. 
Mrs. Gustave Billing of Cincinnati, Ohio 

Life Members 
Mrs. Randolph Harrison McKim of Washington, D. C. 
Austin Bradstreet Fletcher of Sacramento, Cal. 

Resident Members 
Courtenay Hemenway of Wallingford, Conn. 
Mrs. Frederick Atherton Fernald of Washington, D. C. 
Mrs. WilUam Shaw of Ballard Vale, Mass. 

On motion it was * 

Voted, That the annual reports of the Council, including its committees, the 
Librarian, the Corresponding Secretary, the Trustees of the Kidder Fimd, the 
Treasurer, and the Historian, being presented in print and now in the hands of 
the meeting, be accepted and ordered filed with the originals. 

On motion of David Greene Haskins, Jr., it was 
Voted, That the Society send its affectionate greetings to its honored President, 
Hon. James Phinney Baxter, with an expression of its regret that he is unable 
to be present at the meeting to-day and of its hope that he will soon be able to 
resume his accustomed place at the meetings. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the Society proceed to the election of oflScers and councillors, 
agreeable to the provisions of the By-Laws. 

That three tellers be appointed by the Chair, and that said tellers shall dis- 
tribute, receive, sort, and count the ballots, and make a report to this meeting. 

That the polls be now opened, and stand open until every member present has 
had opportunity to vote. 

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Feank Ethridge Cotton, and T. Julien Silsby, and the election 
by ballot of oflacers and councillors took place. 

After the polls had been closed, the Chair presented, as the speaker 
of the afternoon, Martha A. S. Shannon, of Boston, who read an 
interesting paper entitled The Boston of Bulfinch, which was illus- 
trated by lantern shdes showing some of the great architect's most 
famous buildings. 

On motion of T. Julien Silsby it was 

Voted, That the thanks of the Society be extended to Miss Shannon for her 
interesting and instructive paper. 

The tellers then made their report, which showed that officers 
and councillors had been elected as follows: 

President 
James Phinney Baxter, of Portland, Me. 

Vice Presidents 
John Cabroll Chase, of BrookUne, Mass. 
Alfred Johnson, of Belfast, Me. 
AiiBERT Henry Lamson, of New London, N. H. 
William Wallace Sticelney, of Ludlow, Vt. 
George Andrews Moriarty, Jr., of Newport, R. I. 
George Seymour Godard, of Hartford, Conn. 

Recording Secretary 
Henry Edwards Scott, of Medford, Mass. 

Corresponding Secretary 
Thornton Kirkland Lothrop, of Boston, Mass. 

Treasurer 
George Lambert Gould, of Topsfield, Mass. 

Librarian 
William Prescott Greenlaw, of Winthrop, Mass. 

Councillor for the term of one year, 1921 
Edward Willard Howe, of Roxbury, Mass. 

Councillors for the term of three years, 1921, 1922, 1925 
Arthur Winslow Peirce, of Franklin, Mass. 
Mrs. Eleanor Cotton (Denham) Warden, of Boston, Mass. 
Frank Ernest Woodward, of Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the New England BQstoric Genealogical Society enters on its 
records at this time its appreciation of the services rendered by the retiring 
Councillors, Arthur Holbrook Wellman, Mrs. Belle Augusta (Seavey) 
Floyd, and Lew Cass Hill, who have during their terms of office given of their 









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time, their thought, and their counsel that the broad purposes of the Society, 
the collection and preservation of genealogical records for the pubUc benefit, 
might be attained. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the proceedings of this meeting, with the annual reports accepted 
andjthe biographical notices of deceased members, be printed as a supplement to 
the April, 1921, number of the New England Historical and Genealogical 
Register, that a copy of said supplement be mailed to every member of the 
Society not receiving the Register, to the famihes of members deceased during 
the past year, and to exchanging societies, and that the Council be charged with 
the execution of this order. 

No further business being presented, Vice President Chase, at 
4.10 P. M., declared the meeting dissolved, and refreshments were 
served to members of the Society and their guests in the adjoining 
tea room. 

Henry Edwards Scott, 

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REPORT OF THE COUNCIL 

Prepared by William Prescott Greenlaw 

The work and the business of the Society are carried on largely 
under the direction of its executive officers, who are elected by the 
Society and are members of the Council, and by various standing and 
special committees, which are appointed by the Council and have their 
duties defined by it. 

The Council, in a general way, oversees the administration of the 
Society's afifairs, elects members of the Society, appoints the com- 
mittees and other agents, and authorizes all expenditures of money. 

The work and achievements of the year are quite fully set forth 
in the annual reports of the executive officers and the conmiittees, 
which are submitted in the following pages. Consequently it does 
not seem necessary to repeat in detail here what is presented else- 
where, especially when the present excessive cost of printing and paper 
is taken into consideration and it is known to the writer that the 
Council wishes its report to be brief. 

Intimate knowledge of the subject warrants the statement that 
interest in American genealogy has fully recovered from the de- 
pression caused by the World War. The financial situation of the 
Society has been much improved during the year, and there has 
been a very gratifying increase in membership. Housed in a modern, 
fireproof building, erected at a very low cost and admirably planned 
for its purpose, with a substantial increase of endowment funds 
recently secured, the outlook for growth and usefulness of the So- 
ciety in the future is extremely satisfactory. 



The Report of the Committee on Finance, by George Lambert 
Gould, Treasurer: 

The past year has been a very important and successful one 
financially for the Society, as will be evidenced in detail in the re- 
ports of the Treasurer and the Special Committee on Endowment and 
Members. 

No legacies have been received during the year, the sum of $4,000 
bequeathed to the Society by the late Albert Crane of Stamford, 
Conn., and mentioned in the report of the Committee a year ago 
having not yet been paid. Aside from the receipts from the ad- 
mission fees of Pilgrim Tercentenary and other members and from 
contributions for memorials, several donations have been received, 
the most notable being a gift of $5,000 from Miss Louisa WilUams 
Case of Weston, Mass., in memory of her sister, with which a fund 
designated as the Caroline Sumner Freeman Fund has been es- 
tabUshed. 

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Much inside work in the Society's building, left undone when the 
building was occupied eight years ago, has been completed, and the 
resulting improvements have made the quarters of the Society more 
presentable and pleasing. 

The mortgage of $45,000 on the Library building, held by the Massa- 
chusetts Hospital Life Insurance Company, still remains unpaid, 
and notice has been received by the Treasurer of a very material 
advance in the rate of interest, which, with increased insurance, cost 
of repairs, and other charges, including salaries and general expenses, 
adds largely to the annual cost of carrying on the work of the Society. 

These expenses are offset in part by the increased rate of interest 
received on recent investments, but the Society still holds consider- 
able sums that were invested by former committees and bear interest 
ranging from 3 H% to 5% only, besides some stocks which have been 
unproductive for a long time. 

It is hoped that some of the generous friends of the Society will 
come forward and help in the reduction or payment of the mortgage. 

The proceeds of such securities as have matured and the money 
received through the Special Committee on Endowment and Mem- 
bers have been carefully invested in accordance with votes of the 
Council, as will be seen by referring to the report of the Treasurer. 

Mr. Charles WilUam Moseley of Newbury port, Mass., who had 
been a member of the Committee on Finance since June 1917, died at 
his home on 24 December. He was always ready to give advice 
about investments, and the Treasurer was glad to receive such assist- 
ance as Mr. Moseley could render. 

The tragic death of Miss Ermine Laveau, assistant to the Treasurer, 
on 27 October, cast a gloom over her associates, who held her in high 
regard, and the Council at its November meeting adopted the follow- 
ing resolution: 

Resolved by the Council of the New England BUstoric Grenealogical Society, 
That in the death of Miss Ermine Laveau. assistant to the Treasurer, our So- 
ciety has lost a valued employee, who was always loyal to the Society, faithful in 
the performance of all her duties, and mindful of the Society's best interests. She 
had endeared herself to her associates, who, while they mourn her sad and un- 
timely end, will ever cherish pleasant recollections of her gentleness and high- 
mindedness. We tender our heartfelt sympathy to the members of her family in 
their great sorrow, and enter this resolution on our records. 

On account of illness Hon. James Phinney Baxter, President of the 
Society and Chairman ex officio of the Committee on Finance, has 
been unable for some time past to attend the meetings of the Society, 
Council, or Committee. His absence has been deeply regretted, but 
his return to his wonted activities is hopefully awaited. 



The Report of the Committee on Ways and Means, by WiUiam 
Streeter Richardson, Chairman: 

No meetings of this Committee have been held during the past 
year, its activities — as was intimated in the report submitted at the 
annual meeting in February 1920 would be the case — having cen*- 
tered in the Special Committee on Endowment and Members. 

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the intended continuance on the same hnes bids fair to accomphsh 
further decided gains. 

The Report of the Committee on Increase of Membership, by 
Mrs. Florence Reynolds (Conant) HoweS) Chairman: 

In the year 1920 one meeting of the Committee on Increase of 
Membership was held, at which suggestions for canvassing for mem- 
bers, irrespective of the canvass in progress by the Special Com- 
mittee on Endowment and Members, were discussed. It was, how- 
ever, judged advisable to defer all action while the other Committee 
was conducting its campaign. 



The Report of the Committee on Sale of Publications, by Charles 
EUot Goodspeed, Chairman: 

During the year 1920 there has been a marked increase in the 
circulation of the New England Historical and Genealogical 
Register and a shght increase of sales of back numbers of this 
periodical. Sales of miscellaneous pubhcations have increased over 
last year nearly thirty per cent. 



The Report of the Committee on Publications, by James Parker 
Parmenter, A.M., LL.B., Chairman: 

The Committee on Pubhcations reports that during the year 1920 
the work of compihng for pubhcation the Vital Records of Plympton 
and of Nantucket has proceeded slowly, as for the greater part of the 
year the necessary expert clerical assistance has not been available, 
and the great increase in the cost of printing has made it inexpedient 
to hasten the pubhcation of these books. In a few months, however, 
they will probably be ready to send to the printer. 

The Massachusetts Legislature of 1920 has renewed the substance 
of the Vital Records Act of 1902, which was repealed in 1918, and 
an appropriation under the renewed act for the purchase of printed 
vital records by the Commonwealth may be expected in 1921; but, as 
the price per page formerly paid has not been increased, the Com- 
mittee deems it advisable to defer the printing of such books until a 
more opportune time. 



The Report of the Committee to Assist the Historian, by Andrew 
Fiske, Ph.D., LL.B., Chairman: 

In submitting its report for the year 1920 the Committee con- 
gratulates the Society upon the selection of its present Historian. 
The Historian, ''himself a host," has required httle or no assistance 
from the Committee, which has held during the year but one meeting, 
to wit, on 14 December, when the Historian made to the Committee a 
report of his doings for the year and received such assistance as the 
Committee was able to give him. 



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The Report of the Committee on Englisji Research, by Henry 
Edwards Scott, A.B., Acting Chairman: 

The Committee on EngUsh Research reports that through the 
courtesy of Mr. Alfred Rudulph Justice of Ardmore, Pa., it was 
enabled to communicate to the Register, for publication in the 
issues of January and April, 1920, records and a pedigree showing the 
English ancestry and family connections of Jeremiah Clarke of 
Newport, R. I., that in the April issue also an article on the Freestone, 
Raithbeck, and Thew famihes, by the Chairman of the Committee, 
wtich was begun in vol. 72 of the Register, was completed, and that 
in the July issue an article by the Chairman of the Committee setting 
forth the descent of WiUiam Sargent, an early settler of Maiden, 
Mass., from the EngUsh Giffords of the Middle Ages, through his 
grandmother, Margaret (Gifford) Sargent, was begun and is still 
in course of pubUcation. 

The Chairman of the Committee, George Andrews Moriarty, Jr., 
A.M., LL.B., who is spending the winter in England, is searching the 
records in London and Canterbury for information about the Enghsh 
ancestry of certain New England famiUes, and the results of some 
of his researches will probably be communicated to the Register 
for pubHcation in the near future. 



The Report of the Committee on Heraldry, by Robert Dickson 
Weston, A.B., Chairman: 

The Committee on Heraldry has nothing especially noteworthy to 
report. Its members have in various ways assisted people seeking 
heraldic information or advice, and have done considerable work not 
only in investigating appUcations for the registration of arms but in 
collecting data in respect to coats for which satisfactory evidence can 
probably be produced when appUcations to register them are pre- 
sented. The Committee has been much impressed by the number of 
coats which may eventually be added to its roU of arms. 



The Report of the Committee on the Library, by Albert Henry 
Lamson, Secretary: 

The Committee on the Library has held its regular meetings 
throughout the year, attended to its routine duties, and acted on a 
number of important measures. 

Upon its recommendation the entire building was painted through- 
out during the early part of the year, the work being finished in time 
for the celebration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Society in 
March. Dr. Myles Standish gave expert and valuable services in the 
selection of colors for the various rooms. Also upon the Committee's 
recommendation the portraits, engravings, and other framed cabinet 
articles were thoroughly renovated, a number of the portraits being 
restored and appropriately hung on the walls of the various rooms. 
This work was done under the direction of Mr. George Francis Dow 
and was completed before the celebration in March. Suitable bronze 
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directory of the building was placed in the main entrance corridor, 
and the doors of the various offices and rooms were lettered. 

The interior of the building has been very much improved, and 
strangers are enabled to find the various departments much more 
readily than formerly. 

Thanks are due to Mr. Lawrence Park for the restoration of the 
portrait of William Tyler. 

The Committee has also had constructed a substantial chest of 
drawers in the upper stair hall, near the entrance to the Library, to 
provide locker space for those members who use the Library fre- 
quently. This has been under consideration since the building was 
planned in 1911. 

A beginning has been made in carrying out another long-deferred 
plan, the equipment of the two Library reading rooms with memo- 
rial tables. An account of this will be found in the report of the 
Librarian. Among the needs of the Library may be mentioned a 
metal stack, equipped for the fireproof vault, where so many valuable 
manuscripts are kept. This vault is sixteen feet wide, forty feet 
long, and twenty-one feet high, and is designed for a three-tier stack. 
The installation of two of the three tiers would facilitate the use of 
these manuscripts. Another pressing need is a larger sum of money 
annually for binding and rebinding; and last, but by no means least, 
a comprehensive guide to the genealogical data in print, mentioned 
in the last report as becoming almost an imperative necessity. 

Mrs. Susan Elizabeth Conahan, who had been employed by the 
Society for many years, died on 12 April 1920. By her death the 
Society lost a faithful, industrious, and interested employee. 

A former employee in the Library, Ehzabeth H. Emerson of Milton, 
Mass., wife of Capt. David George Moffat, U.S.A., died during the 
year. She was a graduate of Simmons College, and will be remem- 
bered by her associates for her many good quahties of heart and mind. 



The Report of the Committee on Collection of Records, by 
Walter Kendall Watkins, Chairman: 

During the year 1920 the chief manuscript collections received by 
the Society were eight books relating to the Bingham family, from 
Gen. Theodore A. Bingham, notes relating to Walter Deane and the 
first generation of his descendants and notes relating to John Deane 
and seven generations of his descendants, from Mrs. Charles H. 
Ramsay, and ten bound manuscripts and one envelope containing 
material relating to the Poole family, from Murray Edward Poole. 



The Report of the Committee on Epitaphs, by Myles Standish, 
A.M., M.D., S.D., Chairman: 

The Committee has received during the year from the Eddy Town- 
Record Fund four small volumes containing the epitaphs in the 
cemeteries of Tisbury, Mass. The genealogical information earher 
than 1850 in these volumes was used in compiling the Vital Records 
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While the Society during the past seventy-five years has gathered 
the inscriptions from a large number of graveyards, there remain 
many cemeteries in New England whose records are yet to be copied. 
The Committee will gladly furnish paper and directions to anyone 
who wishes to assist in this work. Before starting to copy, please 
communicate with the Committee and learn whether the work has 
been done for the graveyard which it is proposed to copy. In Massa- 
chusetts it is not important to take any epitaphs of persons who have 
died since 1849, as the vital statistics of the State are all recorded in 
dupHcate since that time, one copy of the record of each town for a 
given year being in the possession of the town clerk and the other in 
the office of the secretary of the Commonwealth. It is particularly 
desirable that all records earher than 1850 in Massachusetts be copied 
as soon as possible, as in many cases the only death records extant 
are found upon the tombstones. 



The Report of the Committee on Papers and Essays, by John 
McKinstry Merriam, A.M., Chairman: 

The Committee on Papers and Essays provided the following eight 
lectures for the stated meetings of the year 1920: 

7 January. — "Armenia and America," by Mrs. Bertha S. Papazian of Boston, 
Official Lecturer for the Armenian National Union of America. 

4 February. — "The Administration of George Washington," by Hon. Howard 
Randolph Bayne, M.A., LL.B., of New York City. 

3 March. — "Collecting," by Alice Van Leer Carrick of Hanover, N. H. 
7 April. — "Some Common Tasks of the English Speaking People," by Frederic 
Houston Kent, A.M., of Boston. 
6 May. — "AWoman who would not tell," by John Albree of Boston. 
6 October. — "The New England Historic Genealogical Society: Its Past, 
Present, and Future," by five members of the Society, as follows: 

"Early History and Growth," by David Greene Haskins, Jr., A.M., LL.B., 
Recording Secretary, 1873-1890. 

"Recent Growth and Present Activities," by John Carroll Chase, Vice 
President for Massachusetts. 

"Membership and Personnel," by Alfred Johnson, A.M., Litt.D., Vice 
President for Maine. 

"Enghsh Research," by G. Andrews Moriarty, Jr., A.M., LL.B., Vice 
President for Rhode Island. 

"Obhgations of the Future," by Lawrence Brainerd, Genealogist. 
3 November. — "The Pilgrims and the Indians, a Study in Early American 
^International Relations,' " by Rev. Willard Learoyd Sperry, M.A., of Boston. 

1 December. — "Cape Cod, the Land of Color," by Harry C. WTiorf of Winthrop, 
Mass. 

Two of the lectures were illustrated with stereopticon views, and, 
according to custom, refreshments were served at the close of the 
meetings. 

A report of the celebration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the 
Society, held under the supervision of the Committee on 18 March, 
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The Report of the Special Committee on Endowment and Mem- 
bers, by Mrs. Florence Reynolds (Conant) Howes, Secretary: 

At the close of this, the second year of service of the Special Com- 
mittee on Endowment and Members, the Committee reports that 
Pilgrim Tercentenary Membership has been accepted by 563 persons, 
spaces for 60 memorial panels have been engaged, and gifts ranging 
from $5000 to $10 have been received through the gracious interest 
of members and friends. 

Such an inpouring of money during two consecutive years is un- 
precedented in the history of the Society, and demonstrates the 
wisdom of employing the means which accompUshed these results. 

It is, therefore, the judgment of the Committee that a plan which 
has proved so effective should be continued, and in conformity with 
this idea the Committee, which has been reappointed by the Council 
to serve another year, will carry on its campaign for completing the 
Pilgrim Tercentenary Memorial Fund along these hues. 

As the By-Laws of the Society limit Pilgrim Tercentenary Member- 
ship to those entering before 1 Januar}^ 1921, the Committee proposes 
to canvass for Life and Resident Members and to soUcit memorial 
gifts for specific purposes. 



REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN 

Presented by William Prescott Greenlaw 

The total accessions for the year 1920 number 1295 volumes, 994 
pamphlets, and 98 miscellaneous articles. Of these, 437 volumes and 
118 pamphlets were purchased; 662 volumes, 860 pamphlets, and 98 
miscellaneous articles were given; 93 volumes and 16 pamphlets were 
received in exchange; and 103 volumes were received on deposit. 
Two hundred and seventy-eight genealogies were acquired during the 
year. The accessions for the year are above the average in number 
and have been exceeded only three times in the last twenty years. 

The registration of visitors in 1920 shows an increase of seventeen 
per cent over 1919, fifty-two per cent over 1918, and two per cent over 
1917. As far as genealogical research goes, interest in the objects of 
the Society is practically back to normal. In the matter of publica- 
tion, however, the continued excessive cost of printing and paper is 
practically prohibiting the publication of many genealogical books, 
the compilation of which has been completed in recent years. 

Much has been done during the year to make the Library and the 
stair hall leading to it more attractive. The interior of the whole 
building has been repainted, and the portraits have been renovated. 
A locker-cabinet for the use of members has been installed, a hand- 
some memorial table has been placed in the pubUc reading room, and 
the walls of the main stair hall have been panelled, providing places 
for sixty family memorial tablets. The new table is a gift from Mrs. 
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Tarbox, D.D., an officer of this Society from 1881 to 1888. It was 
designed by Messrs. Brainerd, Leeds & Kellogg, architects of the 
building, is of mahogany, and was made by Messrs. Irving & Casson. 
It is hoped that similar gifts will replace in the near future all of the 
old tables, desks, catalogue cabinets, show cases, and chairs in the 
two reading rooms. The complete equipment of these rooms with 
mahogany furniture, designed for the purpose of family memorials, is 
in keeping with the objects of the Society and will add much to the 
general appearance of the Library. 

The changes in the decoration of the walls of the stair hall are due 
largely to Mrs. Florence (Conant) Howes, Secretary of the Special 
Committee on Endowment and Members. Her desire to make the 
entrance to the building more attractive and her opportunity to ac- 
compHsh this through the work of that Committee have resulted in the 
achievement of a notable decorative scheme of family memorials, 
which are now being placed in the sixty panels of the stair hall. 

Seventy-five years ago, on 15 January 1846, the Library of this 
Society began its existence in a room about seventeen by twenty-two 
feet, leased from the City of Boston, in a building that had recently 
been erected in Court Square. Eight days later the equipment of 
this little reading room was completed by the purchase, at auction, 
of a library table, accommodating four readers, which is still in service 
in the building. This table was made by the Rev. John Pierpont, 
A.M., poet and preacher, and because of its associations and its long 
use is one of the treasured possessions of the institution. Thirty 
years ago the Library was at No. 18 Somerset Street, and had a 
seating capacity for eight readers. To-day, in its new quarters, it 
accommodates forty-eight readers and has a total capacity for sixty- 
eight. The writer has had unusual opportunity to observe its growth 
and use during the last thirty years, and has studied the records of its 
development through the preceding forty-five years. The remarkable 
growth of the Library and the constant increase in its usefulness in 
the past seventy-five years indicate that it will steadily develop 
in size and usefulness through years to come. It needs only to be held 
closely to its chartered scope and to be administered along the lines 
established by long experience, for the maintenance of its high rank 
in its special field. 



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REPORT OF THE CORRESPONDING 
SECRETARY 

Presented by Thornton Kirkland Lothrop, A.B. 



Boston, 31 December 1920. 

Below are given the names and residences of those who have 
joined the Society during the year 1920 and those who have been 
transferred from one class of membership to another. 

Pilgrim Tercentenary Members 

Percy Scofield Alden New York, N. Y. 

John Edward Aldred New York, N. Y. 

Frank Gates Allen Moline, 111. 

Willis Adams Bailey Zanesville, Ohio 

Edward Wilmot Barber Lake Wales, Fla. 

John William BarkduU New Orleans, La. 

Julius Rowland Barnes New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Frank Quarles Barstow (Lois Catherine Buhrer) South Orange, N. J. 

David W. Beaty Warren, Pa. 

EmUe Berliner Washington, D. C. 

Mrs. William N. Best (Annie H.) Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mrs. Gustave Billing (Henrietta Schneider) . . . Cincinnati, Ohio 

Robert Worth Bingham Glenview, Ky. 

French Rayburn Bissell New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Timothy B. Blackstone (Isabella F. Norton) . . Chicago, III. 

Walter S. Blaisdell Punxsutawney, Pa. 

Samuel W. Boocock Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bertram H. Borden New York, N. Y. 

Charles Albert Brackett Newport, R. I. 

Mrs. Frederick T. Bradbury (Harriet J. White) . . Boston 

Charles Briggs Calumet, Mich. 

Robert Somers Brookings St. Louis, Mo. 

Mrs. EUzabeth (Severance) Buchan* Sewickley, Pa. 

Lucien Duncan Bulkley Riverdale, N. Y. 

Henry E. Bullock Chicago, 111. 

George R. Bunker Yonkers, N. Y. 

Mrs. JuUan Burdick (Helene Baldwin) Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Mrs. Wendell Ter Bush (Mary Louie Potter) . . . New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Samuel Carr (Susan Waters Tarbox) .... Boston 

Eugene Pendleton Carver Brookline 

Carl Casey Washington, D. C. 

Earle Perry Charlton Fall River 

Irving Hall Chase Waterbury, Conn. 

Mrs. Joseph Hodges Choate (Caroline Dutcher Sterling) New York, N. Y. 

Charles Briggs Cole Chester, 111. 

Thomas Frederick Cole New York, N. Y. 

Jerry Crary Warren, Pa. 

James Barlow Cullum Sewickley, Pa. 

John Parker Hale Cunningham New Castle, Pa. 

William Lafayette DarUng St. Paul, Minn. 

Hon. Norman H. Davis New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. William Luther Davis (Lydia Carey) .... Los Angeles, Cal. 

Mrs. Charles Deering (Marion Whipple) .... New York, N. Y. 

Charles L. Denison New York, N. Y. 

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Watson Bradley Dickerman New York, N. Y. 

Francis Phelps Dodge New York, N. Y. 

Robert Dun Douglass West Orange, N. J. 

Tracy Dows Rhinebeck, N, Y. 

Mrs. Alexis Irenee du Pont (Elizabeth Canby Bradford) Greenville, Del. 

Mrs. WiUiam K. du Pont (Ethel Hallock) . . . Wilmington, Del. 

Frederick H. Ecker New York, N. Y. 

Charles Parmelee Eells San Francisco, Cal. 

Herbert Emerson Fales West Newton 

Shirley Farr Chicago, 111. 

William J. Faux Germantown, Pa. 

Stuyvesant Fish New York, N. Y. 

Alexander Forbes Milton 

Edward S. Foster Cambridge 

Francis Henry French Davenport, Iowa 

Charles Sumner Frost Lake Forest, 111. 

Le Roy Frost Upper Nyack, N. Y. 

Thomas Trueman Gafif Washington, D. C. 

Edward Gagel • West Haven, Conn. 

Mozart Gallup Sandusky, Ohio 

William Howard Gannett Augusta, Me. 

Erastus Palmer Gavit Albany, N. Y. 

Charles Warren Gillett Chicago, 111. 

Quincy A. Gillmore Philadelphia, Pa. 

Nelson A. Gladding Indianapolis, Ind. 

Griff Glover St. Louis, Mo. 

Mrs. William Goddard (Edith Jenckes) .... Providence, R. I. 

Frederic Grosvenor Goodridge . Pomfret Centre, Conn, 

Edward S. Goodwin Hartford, Conn. 

Charles Asahel Gould New York, N. Y. 

Charles Winthrop Gould New York, N. Y. 

George Jay Gould New York, N. Y. 

William S. Grant, Jr Philadelphia, Pa. 

Anderson Gratz Kirkwood, Mo. 

George Coe Graves Orange, N. J. 

Joseph Clark Grew Boston 

Solomon R. Guggenheim New York, N. Y. 

James Clarence Hamlen Portland, Me. 

George Atwell Hamlin Chicago, 111. 

Albert Meyer Hanauer Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Mrs. Charles Stedman Hanks (Clarina Bartow Shum- 

way) West Manchester 

Mrs. Samuel P. Harbison (Emma J. Boyd) . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. 

William Albert Harbison Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Mrs. Stephen V. Harkness (Anna M. Richardson) . New York, N. Y. 

Charles Joseph Harris Dillsboro, N. C. 

Francis Russell Hart Boston 

Arthur Exley Havens Chicago, 111. 

Mrs. William Emerson Heathcote (Josephine Sibley) . St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Sam Heppenstall Bala, Pa. 

Mrs. Hermann Hessenbruch (Ida Markle) . . . Wynnewood, Pa. 

Mrs. Frederic Delano Hitch (Annie Delano) . . . Newburgh, N. Y. 

Charles Sumner Hoar Windsor Locks, Conn. 

Mrs. Robert Hoe (Olivia P. James) New York, N. Y. 

Charles Pray Holland Brockton 

William Alden Hopkins Jamaica Plain 

EUzabeth Goodrich Houghton Boston 

Percival Spurr Howe ' Franconia, N. H. 

Charles Henry Howland Inglewood, Cal. 

Theodore Rushmore Hoyt Stamford, Conn. 

John Edward Hurst Woodbrook, Md. 

Augustus Schell Hutchins New York, N. Y. 

Karl Isburgh Amsterdam, N. Y. 



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Charles Oliver Iselin Glen Head, Long 

Island, N. Y. 

Ralph Isham Chicago, 111. 

William Starr Jackson Buffalo, N. Y. • 

Albert Alvin Jenks Pawtucket, R. I. 

Frank Coit Johnson New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Hugo Richards Johnstone (Kate R. Allerton) . Pasadena, Cal. 

William Wallace Kincaid Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Alfred Parker Laighton Flushing, Long Island, 

N. Y. 

John Southey Larcombe Washington, D. C. 

S. Forry Laucks ^ York, Pa. 

Mrs. Edward Lauterbach (Amanda Friedman) . . . New York, N. Y. 

George Leary New York, N. Y. 

Gardiner Howland Leavitt Flushing, Long Island, 

N. Y. 

Edward Baker Leigh Chicago, III. 

Robert Woodward Leonard . Mt. Ksco, N. Y. 

Mrs. George Howard Lewis (Katherine Bell) . . . Geneva, N. Y. 

Alfred Varnum Lincoln Charlestown 

Arthur Horton Lippincott New York, N. Y. 

Nathan Whitman Littlefield Pawtucket, R. I. 

Edith Lombard Boston 

Charles Eugene Lotte Paterson, N. J. 

Julia Lyman ; . Cambridge 

John Hall McClement New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Harold Fowler McCormick (Edith Rockefeller) Chicago, 111. 

Mrs. Amos Bush McNairy (Mary Pack) .... Cleveland, Ohio 

George Pope MacNichol Toledo, Ohio 

Frederick McOwen Philadelphia, Pa. 

Henry A. Magoun Haddonfield, N. J. 

John Markle Jeddo, Pa. 

Fennimore C. Marsh New York, N. Y. 

Darwin Denice Martin* Buffalo, N. Y. 

Samuel Mather Cleveland, Ohio 

George Henry May Lancaster 

Mrs. Augustus S. Mermod (Mary E. Jewell) . . . Webster Groves, Mo. 

Edward Alford Merritt Brookline 

Stephen Olney Metcalf Providence, R. I. 

Edward Judson Millspaugh Utica, N. Y. 

Mrs. William Milton (Anna Ridgway Miller) . . . New York, N. Y. 

John Leverett Moore Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Mrs. Seymour Morris (Ida Tucker) Chicago, 111. 

Charles Anthony Morss Chestnut Hill 

Samuel Lyman Munson Albany, N. Y. 

Chauncey Gushing Nash Milton 

Charles A. Nolting Cincinnati, Ohio 

Mrs. Arthur Orr (Eleanor Noyes) Chicago, 111. 

WUliam Orrell Glendale, R. I. 

Walter Joseph Otis Boston 

Edward Stevens Page Cleveland, Ohio 

Jesse Homan Pardee Buffalo, N. Y. 

Mrs. Alvin A. Parker (Annie C. Bloodgood) . . . Strafford, Pa. 

Reginald H. Parsons Seattle, Wash. 

John Wilhams Patten Philadelphia, Pa. 

Frank Miner Patterson New York, N. Y. 

George Augustus Peabody Danvers 

I. M. Pease Chicago, 111. 

Charles Edmund Peck New York, N. Y. 

Howard E Perry Portland, Me. 

Arthur Dudley Pettibone Cleveland, Ohio 

Samuel A. Pickering Pittsburgh, Pa. 

•In memory of his father, Hiram Martin, 25 October 1822 — 29 January 1893. 



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Edwin Bertram Pike Pike, N. H. 

Robert Watson Pomeroy Eggertsville, N. Y. 

Willard Pope Detroit, Mich. 

Hon. Henry Kirke Porter Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Mrs. Stephen A. Powell (Julia M.) New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Louis Prang (Mary Dana Hicks) Boston 

Frederick Henry Prince Beverly Farms 

William Allen Putnam Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Samuel Young Ramage Oil City, Pa. 

Alexander Hamilton Rice Newport, R. I. 

Solon Osmond Richardson, Jr Toledo, Ohio 

Charles Edward Riley Newton 

Manuel Rionda New York, N. Y. 

William C. Rives Washington, D. C. 

John A. Roebling Bernardsville, N. J. 

Joseph Balhster Russell Cambridge 

William Henry Russell Los Angeles, Cal. 

Mrs. David Rutter (Mary Elizabeth McMurtrie) . . Pine Forge, Pa. 

Georgiana Welles Sargent New York, N. Y. 

Robert Wilcox Sayles Chestnut Hill 

Albert G. Scherer Summit, N. J. 

Mrs. Theodore Leopold Schurmeier (CaroUne Eudora 

Grotzian) St. Paul, Minn. 

Jefferson Seligman New York, N. Y. 

Ehzabeth M. Sharpe . . .- Accotink, Va. 

Anna Blake Shaw New York, N. Y. 

Charles Sidney Shepard New Haven, N. Y. 

John S. Shirkie Terre Haute, Ind. 

Louis Palmer Slade New Britain, Conn. 

Hon. Charles Sumner Smith Lincoln 

George Theodore Smith Jersey City, N. J. 

Lewis Egerton Smoot Washington, D. C. 

Mrs. Ella (Brooks) Solano Pasadena, Cal. 

Otis Stark Southworth Cleveland, Ohio 

Mrs. WiUiam Dixon Spalding (Mary Field-Bates) . . Brooklyn, N, Y. 

John Norman Staples, Jr Brookline 

William Stephenson Stearns Wyoming, Ohio 

M&Ty Morris Stevens* Newport, R. I. 

William Arthur Stone Hopwood, Pa. 

Francis Quarles Story Alhambra, Cal. 

Charles Henry Swift Chicago, 111. 

Joseph Smith Sylvester Hanover 

Col. Edmund Haines Taylor, Jr Frankfort, Ky. 

Jacob Swigert Taylor Frankfort, Ky. 

Mahlon Daniel Thatcher Pueblo, Colo. 

Edward Thaw Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Josiah Van Kirk Thompson Uniontown, Pa. 

Robert Means Thompson New York, N. Y. 

Alden Augustus Thorndike Boston 

Mrs. P. B. Tingley (Katherine Westcotte) .... Point Loma, Cal. 

Henry Mitchell Wallis Racine, Wis. 

Caroline Augusta Warner Troy, N. Y. 

Charles Mortimer Warner Syracuse, N. Y. 

Mrs. Edward Welles (Stella Hollenback) .... Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Charles Sidney Weston Scranton, Pa. 

Mrs. Edmund Wetmore (Helen Howland) . . . Babylon, Long Island, 

N. Y. 

George Joseph Whelan New York, N. Y. 

George Robert White Boston 

Rollin H. White Cleveland, Ohio 

Mrs. George Marston Whitin (Catharine Lasell) . . Whitinsville 

•In memory of her father. John Austin Stevens, Patriot, 1827-1910, eighth in descent from 
Richard Warren, twelfth signer of the Mayflower Compact, 1620. 



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Edward Farley Whitney New York, N. Y. 

William Widdicomb Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Jane Wilkes Washington, D. C. 

Hon. Joseph Edward Willard Fairfax, Va. 

Mrs. John Bertram Williams (OUve Swan) .... Cambridge 

William John WilHams Cincinnati, Ohio 

Everett Wilson Winnetka, 111. 

Walter Clark Winchester* Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Mrs. Orator F. Woodward (Cora Talmadge) . . . Buffalo, N. Y. 

Pilgrim Tercentenary Members by Succession 

Louisa Williams Case Weston 

(succeeded Mrs. James Goldthwaite Freeman) 

Louise Hecker Freer Kingston, N. Y. 

(succeeded Charles Lang Freer) 

Henry Chapin Haile Springfield 

(succeeded Mrs. William H. Haile) 

Mrs. Henry Lee Higginson (Ida Agassiz) .... Boston 

(succeeded Maj. Henry Lee Higginson) 

John Simmons Palmer, 2d Providence, R. I. 

(succeeded Juhus Palmer) 

Frank Ward Severance Glassport, Pa. 

(succeeded Mrs. EHzabeth (Severance) Buchan) 

Life and Resident Members Transferred 
TO Pilgrim Tercentenary MembersiTip 

Elizabeth Hitchcock Brayton Fall River 

Mrs. William Howard Crosby (Emma Erskine) . . Racine, Wis. 

George Lambert Gould Topsfield 

Lew CsLss Hill Boston 

Edward Lillie Pierce Syracuse, N. Y. 

Mrs. Robert Shaw Russell (Margaret Pelham Curtis) Boston 

Ellen Adelia Robbins Stone f Lexington 

Henry Nettleton Sweet Boston 

John Isaac Waterbury New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. George Erastus Whitney (Gertrude Capen) . . Augusta, Ga. 

Life Members 

Robert Butler Boston 

Walter H. Cluett ' Saranac Lake, N. Y. 

Mary Alsop Cryder Washington, D. C. 

Frederic Adrian Delano Washington, D. C. 

Edith Kendall Brookline 

Mrs. Horatio Gates Lloyd (Mary Wingatc) . . . Haverford, Pa. 

James Allan Macdonald Flushing, Long Island, 

N. Y. 

Mrs. Randolph Harrison McKim (Annie M. Clymer) Washington, D. C. 

Mrs. Charles Nagel (Anne Shepley) St. Louis, Mo. 

Josiah Harmar Penniman Philadelphia, Pa. 

Resident Members 

Florence Hale Abbot Boston 

William Truman Aldrich Boston 

Mrs. Charles Alexander (Lura Fallass) Kansas City, Mo. 

Lieut. Col. James Lung Bevans, M.C., U.S.A. . . Brookline 

Mrs. Charles Hodge Blaine (Emma Josephine Burt) . Boston 

Mary Eugenia Burgess Dorchester 

Mrs. Paul H. Buxton (Ruth Cummings) .... Torrington, Conn. 

George Chapman Mount Ejsco, N. Y. 

Frederic V. Clark New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Frank Hardy Damon (Annie Hinckley) . . Waltham 

•Died 28 August 1920. 

tin memory of her mother. Mrs. Ellen Adelia (Robbine) Stone, 1817-1890. 



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Mrs. Fred Davies Cambridge 

Curtis Fisher Day Somerville 

John De Vries ; . Canton 

Alice Sumner Dexter Providence, R. I. 

Horace William Dickerman Montclair, N. J. 

Mrs. Henry Herbert Edes (Grace Williamson) . . Cambridge 

John Stetson Edmands Somerville 

William Gorham Ewell Medford 

Mrs. John Firth (Emilie Sniffen Lesher) South Orange, N. J. 

Elizabeth Prentiss Fowle Dorchester 

Mrs. Claude Moore Fuess (Elizabeth Goodhue) . . Andover 

Alfred Worcester Fuller Newton 

Mrs. Robert Gilchrist (Edith Vezin) New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. John Edward Hannigan (Annie Judson) . . Cambridge 

Mary Bronson Hartt Allston 

Robert Winch Harwood Natick 

Harvey Wickes Hascy Hingham 

Mrs. Franklin Sylvester Henry (May M. K. Wilson) . Bronxville, N. Y. 

Clarence Edward Hill Winchester 

Elon Huntington Hooker New York, N. Y. 

George Melvin Houghton Somerville 

Henry Herbert Howard Brockton 

Theodore Francis Jones New York, N. Y. 

Chester Henry Keogh Chicago, 111. 

Frank Cecil King Redondo, Cal. 

Mrs. Frank Burnside Kingsbury (Mabel Hope ICings- 

bury) Keene, N. H. 

Herbert Lewis Kuhn Brookline 

Mrs. Merrill D. Leonard (Harriet Lyon) .... Chestnut Hill 

Annie Lynch Salt Lake City, Utah 

Maude Isabel Macdonald Wellfleet 

Mrs. Henry Sanford Mann (Mary Nash Skidmore) . Boston 

Florence Andyman MiUer Cambridge 

Lawrence Harper Norton Cleveland, Ohio 

Mrs. Rufus King Noyes (Grace Wliite) .... Jamaica Plain 

Thomas J. O'Brien Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Walter Stone Pardee Minneapolis, Minn. 

Charles Arthur Parmelee Andover 

Mrs. Frank Elmer Perkins (Lucy Maria Taylor) . . Abington 

Albert Waring Pierson Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Mrs. James Edwin Robinson (Georgiana Ford) . . Bloomington, 111. 

Mrs. Cyrus Sargeant (Alice Loring Newcomb) . . . Cambridge 

Edward Hall Sargent Lexington 

Albert Rowland Shepardson Reading 

Charles Allen Stone Springfield 

Alan Hartwell Strong New Brunswick, N. J. 

William Street Swift Watertown 

William Harold Taylor Concord 

Francis Townsend Underhill Santa Barbara, Cal. 

Arthur Stuart Walcott Washington, D. C. 

William Francis Warden Boston 

Asa Wilson Waters Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mrs. Margaret E. Whitechurch Boston 

Stanton Whitney New York, N. Y. 

Morris Whitridge Baltimore, Md. 

George Smith Woodward Belmont 

During the year 19^0 two hundred and thirty-three Pilgrim Ter- 
centenary Members, six successors to that membership, ten Life 
Members, and sixty-five Resident Members have joined the Society. 
Ten Life and Resident members have been transferred to Pilgrim 
Tercentenary Membership. 



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The total number of names added to the membership during the 
year is 314. This is much the largest increase during any one year, 
with the exception of 1919, the first year of the Pilgrim Tercente- 
nary Membership, when 372 names. were added. With that exception 
the next highest record was in 1870, when the total was 176 names. 



REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE 
KIDDER FUND 



Boston, 31 December 1920. 

Balance on hand, 31 December 1919 $932.94 

Dividend No. 19, 4 February 1920 125.00 

Dividend No. 20, 17 May 1920 125.00 

Dividend No. 21, 21 August 1920 125.00 

Dividend No. 22, 15 November 1920 125.00 

Interest 19.72 

$1,452.66 
Books 141.98 

Balance on hand, Merchants National Bank .... $1,310.68 

It is the sad duty of the Trustees to record the death of their fellow Trustee, 
Mr. R. Henry W. Dwight, which took place on 11 March 1920. Mr. Dwight 
had been a Trustee for some three years only, and by his early death the Society 
is deprived of the services of a valued member. On 30 September 1920 Mr. 
James Melville Hunnewell was appointed to fill the vacancy among the Trustees 
caused by Mr. Dwight's death. 

In December the Cabot Manufacturing Company declared a stock dividend 
of one hundred per cent, as a result of which the Trustees received a certificate 
for twenty-five additional shares, making the total now in their possession fifty 

Wm. SmiNER Appleton 
Francis N. Balch } Trustees 

James M. Hunnewell 



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REPORT OF THE TREASURER 



The Treasurer submits herewith his annual report for the year 
ending 31 December 1920. 

Cash on hand, IJanuary 1920 $1,331.78 

Receipts for the year $240,576.72 

Total Cash Receipts $241,908.50 

Disbursements for the year $237,063 . 86 

Cash Balance on hand, 31 December 1920 . . . $4,844.64 

General Income Account 

This Account has been charged with the following items, viz.: 

Society's House, Care and Repairs $2,004 . 27 

Heating and Lighting 2,065 . 47 

Interest 2,137.50 

Printing, Postage, and Stationery 2,140.26 

Committee on Papers and Essays 225 . 57 

Committee on Enghsh Research 54 . 75 

Salaries 6,154.02 

PubHshing N. E. H. G. Register 794.47 

Cataloguing 904.18 

Binding 524.84 

Insurance 264.93 

Miscellaneous Expenses 474 . 98 

Total charges for the year to this account . . . $17,745 . 24 

and has been credited with the following, viz: 

Unrestricted Investment, Income $5,964.87 

Admissions and Assessments 6,301.84 

Genealogies and Miscellaneous PubUcations . . . . 242.01 

Income 9 A Ashburton Place 578.19 

Donations 1,304.74 

Total credits for the year to this account .... $14,391.65 

Balance to Surplus Account $3,353.59 

Restricted Investment Income 
applied to the following Accounts: 

Books for Library $1,143.15 

Cataloguing 31.21 

Binding 125.55 

Printing N. E. H. G. Register 130.81 

William Sumner Appleton Fund, Entire Income . . 8.55 

Benjamin Frankhn Dewing Fund, Entire Income . . 5.48 

George Sumner Mann Fund, One-half Income ... 37.19 

Total Restricted Income $1,481.94 



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XXX N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

Schedule A 

The following is a detailed statement of all the investments of 
the Society, excepting the Real Estate: 

BONDS Book Value 

10 American Telephone & Telegraph Co. Collateral 

Trust 4's, due 1 July 1929. Nos. 9766-70, 10458-62 $10,000.00 
5 Butte Water Co. 5's, due 1 July 1921. Nos. 1171-5 4,000.00 

2 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R. R. Co. (Illinois 

Div.) 3i's, due 1 July 1949. Nos. 13684-5 . . . 1,880.00 

5 Chicago, Burhngton & Quincy R. R. Co. 4's, due 1 

Mar. 1958. Nos. 1529-33 4,890.62 

10 Chicago Junction Rys. & Union Stockyards Co. 4's, 

due 1 Apr. 1940. Nos. 1503-12 10,000.00 

4 Chicago, Rock Island ^ Pacific Ry. Co. 4's, due 1 

Apr. 1934. Nos. 3954, 6662-3, 14054 .... 3,890.00 

3 Boston & Maine R. R. Co. 6's . 2,500.00 

6 Fere Marquette R. R. Co 3,300.00 

2 'Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry. Co. Deben- 
ture 4's, due 1 Sept. 1928. Nos. M36693-4 . . . 1,937.50 

5 Massachusetts Gas Co. 4^8, due 1 Jan. 1929. Nos. 

2824-8 . 4,956.25 

4 Milwaukee, Sparta & Northwestern R. R. Co. 4's, due 

1 Mar. 1947. Nos. 12308-11 3,760.00 

2 Minneapolis & St. Louis R. R. Co. 5's, due 1 Nov. 

1934. Nos. 3166-7 2,000.00 

4 Missouri Pacific Ry. Co. Collateral 5's ($500.00 each), 

due 1 Feb. 1965. Nos. D1874-7 2,000.00 

3 New York Central & Hudson River R. R. Co. (Michi- 
gan Central) 3f s, due 1 Feb. 1998. Nos. M794-6, 
Registered 2,700.00 

5 New York, New Haven & Hartford R. R. Co. 3^'s, 

due 1 Mar. 1947, Nos. 4936-40 5,000.00 

5 Northern Pacific & Great Northern R. R. Co. Joint 

4's, due 1 July 1921. Nos. 32401, 92549, 125312, 

177920, 177921 4,748.75 

3 Western Telephone & Telegraph Co. 5's, due 1 Jan. 

1932. Nos. 5048-50 3,000.00 

5 Western Union Telegraph Co. 4^'s, due 1 May 1950. 

Nos. 12364-8 5,000.00 

2 Southern Pacific R. R. Co. 4's, due 1949 .... 1,382.50 

6 New York Telephone Co. 6's, due 1949 .... 5,765.00 
5 New York Central R. R. Co. 6's, due 1935 . . . 4,530.00 
2 Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis R. R. Co. 

6's, due 1929 1,851.25 

8 City of Copenhagen 5^'s, due 1944 6,637.50 

2 Northern States Power Co. 5's, due 1941 . . . 1,720.00 

5 American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 6's, due 1925 . 4,881 . 25 
8 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland 5j's, 

due 2 in 1929 and 6 in 1937 7,612.50 

6 Imperial Japanese Government 4's, due 1931 . . 3,140.00 

1 General Electric Co. 6's, due 1940 945.00 

1 Dayton Power & Light Co. 7's, due 1923 ... 986.25 

5 Western Electric Co. Gold Bond 7's, due 1925 . . 4,925.00 

Book Value of Bonds, carried /orioarcZ . . . .$119,939.37 



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Brought forward $119,939.37 

2 Detroit Edison Co. 6's, due 1940 1,780.00 

3 Kjngdom of Belgium 7^'s 2,917.50 

2 Utica Gas & Electric Co. 7^'s, due 1925 .... 1,960.00 

2 Shawinigan Water & Power Co. 7^'s, due 1926 . 1,953 . 00 

1 Hartford Electric Light Co. 7's, due 1930 ... 956.80 
5 New York Central & Hudson River R. R. Co. 7's, 

due 1930 5,000.00 

2 Brooklyn Edison Co. 7's, due 1930 1,900.00 

2- Government of French Republic 8's, due 1945 . . 2,000.00 

1 Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania 7's, due 1945 . 950.00 

1 Pennsylvania & Ohio Power & Light Co. 7j's, due 

1940 905.00 

2 Grace Steamship Marine Equipment Co. 6's, due 

1930 1,822.50 

1 Brooklyn Edison Co. 7's, due 1940 973 . 75 

2 Canadian Northern Ry. Co. 7's, due 1940 . . . 1,995.00 
United States Liberty Bonds 8,100.00 

Total Book Value of Bonds $153,212.92 

STOCKS Book Value 

625 shares Austin Water Co., No. 7 $600.00 

50 shares Boston & Maine R. R. Co., common, No. 

B23593 9,805.00 

15 shares Cambridge Gas Light Co., Nos. 4594, 4598, 

5331,5801,6284 2,723.90 

50 shares Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey, preferred, 7% 5,425 . 00 

150 shares American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 8% . 14,478 . 75 

Total Book Value of Stocks $33,032.65 

MORTGAGES 

Mortgage on Real Estate at 16 Somerset Street . . $14,300.00 % 

" " " " " 18 " " . . 37,500.00 

Total Value of Mortgages $51,800.00 

Total Investment (Book Value) .... $238,045 . 57 
Less Cambridge Gas Light Co. Rights .... 37 . 88 

Total $238,007.69 

Schedule B •^'■* 

Funds participating in the Income of Investments: 

Pilgrim Tercentenary Memorial Fund $167,400.00 

Life Membership Fund 37,894.74 

Librarian Fund 12,763 . 13 

Donors' Free Fund 1,305.00 

Ebenezer Alden Fund 1,000.00 

William Sumner Appleton Fund 282.48 

Walter Titus Avery Fund 950.00 

John Barstow Fund 1,200.00 

Robert Charles Billings Fund 5,000.00 

Robert Charles Billings Book Fund 5,000.00 

Henry Bond Fund 2,500.00 

John Merrill Bradbury Fund 2,500.00 

Edward Jngersoll Browne Fund 1,000.00 

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Brought forward $238,795.35 

Cheney Memorial Book Fund 427.67 

Jonas Oilman Clark Fund 2,000.00 

Thomas Crane Fund 1,000.00 

Cushman Genealogical Fund 521.97 

Horace Davis Fund 2,881 . 25 

Benjamin Franklin Dewing Fund 180.92 

Pliny Earle Fund 1,000.00 

Robert Henry Eddy Fund 36,788.00 

Charles Louis Flint Fund 6,000.00 

John Foster Fund 5,000 . 00 

Caroline Sumner Freeman Fund 5,000.00 

Charles Edward French Fund 1,000.00 

George Lambert Gould Fund 1,000.00 

Robert Cushman Hunnewell Memorial Fund .... 5,000.00 

Moses Kimball Fund 5,000 . 00 

Charles Larned Fund 1,000.00 

Williams Latham Fund 1,000.00 

George Sumner Mann Fund 2,416.95 

Noah Martin Fund 200.44 

Ira Ballou Peck Fund 1,000.00 

Mary Warren Russell Fund 3,000.00 

Samuel El well Sawyer Fund 4,000.00 

Anne Elizabeth Sever Fund 5,000 . 00 

Frank Edson Shedd Fund 500.00 

Edmund Farwell Slafter Fund 500.00 

George PI umer Smith Fund 10,000.00 

Joseph Henry Stickney Fund 1,000.00 

Agnes Beville Tedcastle Fund 700.00 

William Cleaves Todd Fund 11,000.00 

Wilham Blanchard Towne Memorial Fund 3,000.00 

William Blake Trask Fund 500.00 

John Harvey Treat Fund 10,000.00 

Mehitable Calef Coppenhagen Wilson Fund 500.00 

Robert Charles Winthrop, Jr., Fund 3,000.00 

Cyrus Woodman Fund 1,000.00 

Total $369,912.55 

George L. Gould, Treasurer. 
Auditors' Certificates 
The undersigned hereby certify that they have examined the securities of the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society and have found them to be in 
accordance with the lists. 

William S. Richardson 



Boston, 28 January 1921. Harold C. Durrell ' 

The books and accounts of the Treasurer of the New England Historic Genea- 
logical Society for the year 1920 have been thoroughly examined; the disburse- 
ments of cash have been compared with the vouchers; the balance of cash on 
hand at the close of the year, $4,844.64, was verified; and all were found to be 
correct. 

William Franklin Hall, C.P.A., 
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REPORT OF THE HISTORIAN 

Presented by Rev. Lewis Wilder Hicks, M.A. 

NECROLOGY FOR 1920 

[The dates in the first column indicate the years of election] 

Corresponding Member 

1880 Frederick Washington Story, A.B., of Baltimore, Md., was born 
in Boston 5 January 1852, and died in Baltimore 14 September. 

Pilgrim Tercentenary Members 

1919 Wallace Lincoln Pierce, of Boston, was born in Boston 15 March 

1853, and died there 5 March. 
1919 Julius Palmer, A.B., of Providence, R. I., was bom at Providence 

20 July 1854, and died there 29 March. 
1919 Eugene Delano, M.A., of New York City, was bom at Utica, N. Y., 

about 1844, and died in New York City 2 April. 
1911 Grant Walker, A.B., of Boston, a life member since 1911 and a 

Pilgrim Tercentenary member since 1919, died in Boston 4 April. 
1919 Samuel Tate Morgan, of Richmond, Va., was born in Wake 

County, N.C., 15 May 1857, and died at Richmond 16 April. 
1919 Theodore Newton Vail, LL.D., D.Sc, of Lyndonville, Vt., was 

born in Carroll County, Ohio, 16 July 1845, and died in Baltimore, 

Md., 16 AprH. 

1919 JuLiEN Tappan Davies, A.M., LL.B., of Great River, Long Island, 

N. Y., was born in New York City 25 September 1845, and died in 
Boston 6 May. 

1920 Mr3. Elizabeth (Severance) Buchan, of Sewickley, Pa., was bom 

at Pittsburgh, Pa., 7 October 1857, and died there 7 June. 

1919 Arthur Emlen Newbold, of Philadelphia, Pa., was born at Jenkin- 

town, Pa., in August 1859, and died in Philadelphia 10 June. 

1920 Walter Clark Winchester, of Grand Rapids, Mich., was born at 

Grand Rapids 15 December 1859, and died there 28 August. 
1919 Marvin Ansel Dean, of Evanston, 111., was born at Canaan, Conn., 

13 November 1852, and died at Evanston 5 September. 

1919 Warren Delano, S.B., of Barrytown, N. Y., was born at Newburgh, 
N. Y., 11 July 1852, and died at Barrytown 9 September. 

1919 Samuel Putnam Avery, of Hartford, Conn., a life member in 1919 
and a Pilgrim Tercentenary member in the same year, was born at 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 7 October 1847, and died at Hartford 25 September. 

1919 Jacob Henry Schiff, of New York City, was born at Frankfort 
on the Main, Germany, 10 January 1847, and died in New York 
City 25 September. 

1906 Hon. Winthrop Murray Crane, M.A., LL.D., of Dalton, Mass., 
a resident member since 1906 and a Pilgrim Tercentenary member 
since 1919, was born at Dalton 23 April 1853, and died there 2 
October. 

1919 Samuel Hickok Wheeler, B.A., of Fairfield, Conn., was born at 
Watertown, Conn., 16 September 1845, and died in Chicago, 111., 

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1919 Hon. Thomas Jefferson Coolidge, A.M., LL.D., of Boston, was 

born in Boston 26 August 1831, and died there 17 November. 
1919 Hon. Arthur Wellington Dennis, of Providence, R. I., was bom 

at Providence 11 April 1846, and died at Saunderstown, R. I., 19 

November. 
1919 Benjamin Holt, of Stockton, Cal., was born at Loudon, N. H., 

1 January 1849, and died at Stockton 5 December. 
1919 George Washington Brackenridge, of San Antonio, Tex., died 

28 December. 

Life Members 

1916 Mrs. Louisa Jane (Adams) Beal, of Boston, was born in Boston 13 

March 1836, and died there 6 January. 
1866 Rev. Henry Fitch Jenks, A.M., of Canton, Mass., a life member 

since 1880, was born in Boston 17 October 1842, and died at 

Waverley, Mass., 31 January. 
1911 Elmer Ernest Southard, A.M., M.D., S.D., of Cambridge, Mass., 

was born in Boston 28 July 1876, and died in New York City 

8 February. 
1906 Richard Henry Winslow Dwight, of Cambridge, Mass., a life 

member since 1919, was born at Albany, N. Y., 18 January 1859, 

and died at Fitchburg, Mass., 11 March. 

1911 Andrew McFarland Davis, S.B., A.M., of Cambridge, Mass., 

was born at Worcester, Mass., 30 December 1833, and died at 
Cambridge 29 March. 

1909 Jonas Michael Miles, A.B., of Brookline, Mass., was bom at 

Brookline 27 November 1857, and died there 29 March. 

1886 James Schouler, A.B., LL.D., of Boston, a life member since 1911, 
was born at West Cambridge (now Arlington), Mass., 20 March 
1839, and died at North Conway, N. H., 16 April. 

1916 Mrs. Jane Norton (Wigglesworth) Grew, of Boston, was bom 
in Boston 11 November 1836, and died there 17 April. 

1871 Hon. Levi Parsons Morton, LL.D., of Rhinebeck, N. Y., was 
bom at Shoreham, Vt., 16 May 1824, and died at Rhinebeck 
16 May. 

1904 Charles Edward Cotting, of Boston, was born at Brookline, Mass., 
2 August 1856, and died at Manchester, Mass., 5 July. 

1914 Mrs. Sarah Jane (Hale) Hayward, of Newton Highlands, Mass., 
a life member since 1919, was born at Westbrook, Me., 30 Decem- 
ber 1845, and died at Newton Highlands 28 July. 

1910 Thomas Upham Coe, A.M., M.D., of Bangor, Me., a life member 

since 1911, was born at North wood, N. H., 8 December 1837, 
and died at Kineo, Me., 31 July. 
1916 Mrs. Salome Jane (Abbott) Marland, of Maiden, Mass., a life 
member since 1919, was born at Andover, Mass., 16 October 
1850, and died at Maiden 18 August. 

1912 George Tilley Rice, of Westwood, Mass., was born in the Isle of 

Wight, England, 4 July 1873, and died at Westwood 20 September. 

1918 Joseph Russel Marble, of Worcester, Mass., was bom at Smith- 
field, R. I., 30 June 1852, and died at Worcester 8 October. 

1916 Mrs. Florence Carlton (Fowler) Evans, of Newbury, Mass., 
a life member since 1919, was born in Boston 4 April 1853, and died 
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1912 Mrs. Helena Augusta (Cox) Raymond, of Brookline, Mass., died 

17 November. 
1893 Charles William Moseley, of Newburyport, Mass., a life member 

since 1912, was born at Newburyport 26 December 1847, and died 

there 24 December. 

Resident Members 

1897 Rev. Rufus Babcock Tobey, M.A., of Middleborough, Mass., was 
born at New Bedford, Mass., 6 May 1849, and died at Middle- 
borough 6 January. 

1915 Brig. Gen. Charles Lawrence Peirson, S.B., A.M., U.S.V., of 

Boston, was born at Salem, Mass., 15 January 1834, and died in 
Boston 23 January. 

1916 Maj. Herbert William Yemans, M.D., M.C., U.S.A., of San 

Francisco, Cal., was born at Wyandotte, Mich., 9 April 1857, 
and died at Fort Rosecrans, Cal., 29 January. 

1916* Charles Emelius Lauriat, of Brookline, Mass., was born in Boston 
12 January 1842, and died at Brookline 12 February. 

1902 Susan Augusta Smith, of Kingston, Mass., was born at Pembroke, 
Mass., 19 October 1843, and died at Kingston 13 February. 

1909 Brig. Gen. Stephen Perry Jocelyn, U.S.A., Retired, of Burling- 
ton, Vt., was born at Brownington, Vt., 1 March 1843, and died 
at BurUngton 8 March. 

1901 Sarah Cornelia Townsend, of Milton, Mass., was born at Milton 

11 January 1843, and died there 10 March. 

1917 Horace Homer Soule, of Brookline, Mass., was bom in Philadel- 

phia, Pa., 29 November 1866, and died at Brookline 18 March. 
1916 John J. Mitchell Fairbank, B.A., of Boston, was born in Chicago, 
lU., 9 April 1880, and died in Boston 26 March. 

1902 Charles Allcott Flagg, M.A., B.L.S., of Bangor, Me., was born 

at Sandwich, Mass., 1 October 1870, and died at Bangor 28 March. 

1884 Thomas Weston, M.A., of Ne^i;on, Mass., was born at Middle- 
borough, Mass., 14 June 1834, and died at Newton 17 April. 

1902 Rodney Prescott Wright, of Cambridge, Mass., was born at West>- 
minster, Vt., 9 November 1841, and died at Cambridge 28 May. 

1908 Charles Milton Thatcher, of Middleborough, Mass., was born 
at Middleborough 19 December 1856, and died there 1 June. 

1905 Frank Palmer McIntyre, of Springfield, Mass., was born at War- 
ren, Me., 2 July 1845, and died at Springfield 11 June. 

1904 Arthur Clarence Walworth, M.A., of Newton, Mass., was bom 
in Boston 29 April 1844, and died at Newton 23 June. 

1873 Hon. Henry Harrison Sprague, A.M., of Boston, was born at 
Athol, Mass., 1 August 1841, and died in Boston 28 July. 

19181 Rev. Charles Lewis Hutchins, M.A., D.D., of Concord, Mass., 
was born at Concord, N. H., 5 August 1838, and. died at Concord, 
Mass., 17 August. 

1918 Mrs. Clara Willma (Smith) Woodsome, of Everett, Mass., was 

born at Hollis, Me., 18 August 1852, and died at Chautauqua, N. Y., 
17 August. 

•Mr. Lauriat was elected a resident member in 1868, resigned his membership in 1874, and was 
again elected in 1916. 

tRev. Dr. Hutchins was elected a resident member in 1875, ceased to be a member in 1880, 
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1916 Franklin Barnard, of Brookline, Mass., was born at Shelbume, 
Mass., 7 September 1837, and died at Gloucester, Mass., 31 August. 

1912 Mrs. Marietta (Peirce) Bailey, of Arlington, Mass., was born at 
West Cambridge (now Arlington), Mass., 4 September 1841, and 
died at Arlington 16 September. 

1916 Charles Alfred West, of Boston, was born in Boston 4 April 

1850, and died at Swampscott, Mass., 28 September. 
1915 Frederick Wires Brown, A.B., LL.B., of West Newton, Mass., 
was born at Underbill, Vt., 11 October 1867, and died at West 
Newton 9 October. 

1917 James Maurice Prendergast, of Boston, was born in Boston 29 

October 1851, and died there 29 November. 
1898 Mrs. Ellen Josephine (Turner) (Crawford) Rountree, of 

Randolph, Mass., was born at Randolph 13 April 1860, and died 

at Pasadena, Cal., 5 December. 
1907 Mrs. Emma Ann (Shepherd) Scribner, of Montpelier, Vt., was 

bom at Waitsfield, Vt., 6 June 1852, and died at Montpelier 8 

December. 
1889 Eliot Dawes Stetson, A.B., of New Bedford, Mass., was born 

at New Bedford 27 July 1861, and died there 25 December. 

Deaths that occurred in previous years, but not recorded until now 

1869 George Bigelow Chase, A.M., of Dedham, Mass., a life member 

since 1870, was bom in Boston 1 October 1835, and died 2 June 
1902. 

1870 Royal Elisha Robbins, of Boston, a life member since 1871, was 

born at Berlin, Conn., 10 March 1824, and died at Beverly, Mass., 
22 July 1902. 

1902 Charles Thorndike, A.M., LL.B., of Boston, a life member, was 

bom in Boston 24 June 1834, and died there 8 April 1910. 

1904 Richard Clapp Humphreys, of Dorchester, Mass., a life member, 
was born at Dorchester 10 June 1836, and died there 6 May 1912. 

1861 Frederic Augustus Holden, of Hyattsville, Md., a correspond- 
ing member, was born at Providence, R. I., 4 July 1830, and died 
at Hyattsville 31 October 1912. 

1904 Edward Cranch Perkins, A.M., of Milton, Mass., a life member, 
was born at Cincinnati, Ohio, 25 February 1844, and died at Mil- 
ton 7 December 1914. 

1903 William Austin Macy, M.D., of Kings Park, Long Island, N. Y., 

a life member, was born at Harrison, N. Y., 4 July 1862, and died at 

Kings Park 21 May 1918. 
1866 Charles Henry Hart, LL.B., of New York City, a corresponding 

member, was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 4 February 1847, and died 

29 July 1918. 
1886 Rev. Charles Richmond Weld, S.T.B., LL.D., of Baltimore, Md., 

a corresponding member, was born at Cazenovia, N. Y., 19 March 

1847, and died at Norwich, co. Norfolk, England, 11 September 

1918. 
1885 Rev. Arthur March Clark, A.B., of Dubuque, Iowa, a life member, 

was born at Framingham, Mass., 3 August 1853, and died at 

Dubuque 8 December 1918. 
1884 Maj. Gen. Asa Bird Gardiner, A.M., LL.B., LL.D., L.H.D., of 






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New York City, a corresponding member, was born in New York 

City 30 September 1839, and died at Suffern, N. Y., 28 May 1919. 
1906 Mary Elizabeth Sinnott, of Philadelphia, Pa., a resident member, 

was born in Philadelphia 26 March 1866, and died there in May 

1919. 
1912 Raleigh Warner Holden, A.B., of Honeoye Falls, N. Y., a resident 

member, was born at Honeoye FaUs 7 July 1878, and died there 

24 October 1919. 
1892 Charles Edwin Tucker, of Boston, a resident member, was born 

in Boston 6 May 1847, and died at Baltimore, Md., 24 November 

1919. 
1919 Howard Winfield Baker, C. E., of Coronado, Cal., a Pilgrim 

Tercentenary member, was born in Chicago, 111., 19 March 1866, 

and died at Coronado 30 December 1919. 
1868 SiLVANus Jenkins Macy, of Rochester, N. Y., a life member since 

1870, was born in New York City 28 July 1833, and died . 

1861 John Meigs, of Washington, D. C, a corresponding member, was 

bom at Athens, Term., 20 November 1834, and died . 



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NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

Prepared by Rev. Lewis Wilder Hicks, M.A., Historian 



The following pages contain obituary notices of members who 
died during the year 1920, with the addition of fifteen who died in 
preceding years. The notices are arranged in the order in which 
the deaths occurred. 

1902 

George Bigelow Chase, A.M., of Dedham, Mass., elected a resi- 
dent member in 1869 and made a life member in 1870, was born in 
Boston 1 October 1835, the second son of Theodore and Clarissa 
Andrews (Bigelow) Chase, and died 2 June 1902. He was sixth in 
descent from Aquila^ Chase of Newbury, Mass. Rev. Stephen"* 
Chase, a great-grandson of Aquila^ Chase, was the first of the family 
to enter Harvard College, where he was graduated in 1728. In 
1731 he was ordained in what is now Lynnfield, and from 1750 
until his death in 1778 he was settled over the parish at Newcastle. 
His son, Stephen^ Chase, was graduated at Harvard in 1764, became 
a merchant, and removed from Newcastle to Portsmouth in 1778. 
He was one of the founders of the Portsmouth Athenaeum, and died 
in 1805. Theodore^ Chase, born in 1786, son of the second Stephen 
and father of the subject of this memoir, was fitted for Harvard at 
Exeter Academy, 1796-1800, but was prevented by his father's 
health from entering college. He became a large shipowner at 
Portsmouth, and in 1831 removed to Boston, where he died in 1859. 

George Bigelow Chase attended for a year a school in Roxbury, 
kept by a Mr. Weisse, then entered the Chauncy Hall School, and 
from there went to the Boston Latin School, where he was a pupil 
from 1848 through 1851. He was then tutored by Joseph Hodges 
Choate, afterwards the distinguished lawyer and diplomat, entered 
Harvard as a Sophomore, and was graduated with the Class of 
1856, receiving later the degree of A.M. in course from his alma 
mater. Among his classmates at Harvard were Charles Francis 
Adams, James Bradstreet Greenough, George Dexter Robinson, 
later Governor of Massachusetts, and Stephen SaUsbury, all now 
deceased. 

After graduation he entered his father's office in Boston, where 
he made himself famihar with all the details of the shipping business. 
Upon the death of his father in 1859 the responsibihty of the estate 
and the care of his mother devolved upon him, though he was not 

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twenty-four years old. With the outbreak of the Civil War the out- 
look for shipowners became alarming, and Mr. Chase adopted the 
poUcy of selhng his ships as favorable opportunities presented them- 
selves, but it was not until 1869 that the last of the ships disappeared 
from his books. 

In 1861-62, recognizing the opportunities for the building up of 
fortunes in the field of railroad development, he increased his hold- 
ings in the securities of the Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore 
Railroad. In 1867 he was chosen a director in the Rutland Rail- 
road, and soon afterwards was appointed its transfer agent. In 
January 1871 he was selected to prepare a financial statement for 
the stockholders of this company, and a few months later, after the 
president had gone to Europe and Mr. Chase had been chosen presi- 
dent -pro tern-pore, he was dismayed at discovering the existence of 
a large amount of paper outstanding against the company, which 
had been concealed from him, and which brought the excess of the 
company's liabihties over its assets up to nearly a million dollars. 
He met the responsibility by personally endorsing almost all notes 
that matured during the tight-money period of November and De- 
cember 1871, and his guidance resulted in the restoration of the 
value of all the securities of the company except the common stock. 
He also joined Mr. Robert Treat Paine in a substantial subscription 
to blocks of securities of the Burlington and Missouri Railroad in 
Nebraska, a transaction which proved very lucrative for them both. 

Although chiefly occupied with the cares of his railroad invest- 
ments, he found time to follow, to a certain extent, the development 
of cotton manufacturing in Massachusetts. As early as 1862 he 
was elected a director in the Merrimack Manufacturing Company, 
a position that he held for thirty-two years, being president of the 
company from 1888 to 1892. Under his management the antiquated 
machinery of the mills was replaced with the most approved modern 
equipment, and the efl^ciency of the company was brought to a 
high state. 

He was treasurer of the Somerset Club from 1861 to 1863 and of 
the Union Club from 1868 to 1870. In 1871 he was appointed by 
Harvard College to the committee on the treasurer's accounts, and 
was reappointed every year until 1894. He served repeatedly on 
the committee to examine the accounts of the treasurer of the Massa- 
chusetts Historical Society, of which he became a member in 1876. 

Mr. Chase was an enthusiastic student of American history, 
having a minute knowledge of the subject, especially of the Colonial 
period, and he made many valuable contributions to the publications 
of the Massachusetts Historical Society. 

His interest in genealogical pursuits was manifested as early as 
1861, he prepared a paper on the Enghsh antecedents of the Chase 
family which appeared in the Heraldic Journal for October 1868, 
and later, in conjunction with Mr. H. G. Somerby, he prepared 
an historical and genealogical account of the Lowndes family, for- 
merly one of the leading famihes of the South, which was pubhshed 
in the New England Historical and Genealogical Register 
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chusetts Historical Society a memoir of his uncle, Chief Justice 
Bigelow. 

Mr. Chase was also a judicious reader outside the fields of his- 
tory and biography. The best works of fiction and the most not- 
able books of travel and exploration claimed his interest. In 1877 
his knowledge of books was recognized by his appointment to the 
Board of Trustees of the Boston Public Library, on which he served 
for eight years. 

The condition of Mr. Chase's health made it difficult for him to 
endure the heat of an American summer, and he spent the hot months 
of every year from 1870 to 1881 in the British Isles and in Switzer- 
land. From 1892 to the summer of 1896 he spent all his time in 
Europe, residing in winter at San Remo and in summer among the 
Italian Alps. His acquaintance with English people and with 
English politics developed in him "a true appreciation of the mother 
country, a strong affection for her, and, above all, a deep and abid- 
ing conviction of the inestimable importance to civilization of the 
mutual sympathy and understanding of the two branches of the 
Anglo-Saxon race." 

Mr. Chase's parents were Unitarians, but the radical departure 
of this denomination from its early standards drove him away from 
it to the Episcopal Church, of which he eventually became a member. 
At the time of his death he was junior warden of St. Paul's Church, 
Dedham, where he made his home in his later years. 

He married in New York, 10 January 1860, Anne Lowndes, 
daughter of Maj . Rawlins and Gertrude Laura (Livingston) Lowndes 
of South Carolina, by whom he had issue. 

Of. Proceedinga of the MassachuaeUs Historical Society, Second Series, vol. 17, pp. 117-127. 

Royal Elisha Robbins, of Boston, elected a resident member 
in 1870 and made a life member in 1871, was born at Kensington, 
a parish of BerHn, Conn., 10 March 1824, the son of Rev. Royal 
Robbins, B. A. (Yale, 1806), minister of the Congregational Church 
at Kensington, and died at Pride's Crossing, Beverly, Mass., 22 
July 1902. 

He attended a private school until he was twelve years old, when 
he entered Worthington Academy, where he remained three years. 
He then secured a situation as clerk in a Hartford store. In the 
autumn of 1841 he received an invitation from his uncle, Chauncy 
Robbins, an American merchant in Birmingham, England, to visit 
him, and sailed for Liverpool in November of that year on the 
packet ship Patrick Henry. The firm of Robbins & Martin, of which 
his uncle was the senior partner, was engaged in the purchase of 
goods of English manufacture for the American market, and handled 
a considerable quantity of watches. The young man was offered a 
position by his uncle, which he accepted, and finally the full charge 
of the watch business was placed in his hands. For five years he 
continued with this house, and upon its dissolution in 1846 he re- 
turned to the United States and started in business for himself, 
on Cedar Street, New York City, as an importer of English watches. 
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and the business was moved to larger quarters on John Street, the 
firm being known as Robbins & Brother. A year or two later Daniel 
F. Appleton became a partner in the business, and the firm name 
was changed to Robbins Brothers & Company. During the fall 
of 1856 Mr. Robbins's health was very much impaired, and on 
1 January 1857 he retired from active participation in the business, 
retaining, however, his interest in the firm (the name of which was 
changed to Robbins & Appleton) and continuing as senior partner 
in it up to the time of his death. 

The few years of experience in the watch trade described above 
served as a preparation for Mr. Robbins's life work. In 1853 he had 
been the prime mover in organizing the Boston Watch Company, 
which began the manufacture of timepieces in Roxbury and later 
moved to Waltham, Mass. Thither Mr. Robbins went in May 
1857, in the interest of Tracy & Baker of Philadelphia, manufactur- 
ers of watchcases, who were creditors of the Boston Watch Com- 
pany. The business of the latter company, under the oversight 
of Mr. Robbins, gradually increased in volume, and during the Civil 
War assumed very great dimensions, for the soldiers of the Union 
Army were in need of cheap and accurate timepieces. At times the 
company paid dividends amounting to one hundred per cent. This 
was the beginning of the famous Waltham Watch Company, which 
a few years after the War was reorganized with a capital of five 
milUon dollars. Mr. Robbins controlled these companies and 
served as their treasurer for forty-four years. He was, in truth, 
one of the fathers of American watchmaking. 

The people of Waltham appreciated Mr. Robbins's part in pro- 
moting the prosperity of their city, a park and a school in Waltham 
were named in his honor, and his portrait hangs in the city hall, 
having been presented to the city by the company and paid for by 
contributions of the stockholders and employees of the company 
in twenty-five-cent and fifty-cent pieces. 

Mr. Robbins married in Boston, 1 October 1861, Mary EHza- 
beth Horton, who died 3 March 1896. Six children survived him: 
Royal, Mary L., Gertrude (Mrs. John Caswell), Reginald C, Mar- 
jorie (Mrs. A. 0. Milbank), and Phyllis. 

1910 

Charles Thorndike, A.M., LL.B., of Boston, a life member since 
1902, was born in Boston 24 June 1834, the fourth son of Augustus 
and Henrietta (Stuart) Thorndike, and died there 8 April 1910. 

He received his early education in Boston, Newport, R. I., and 
Paris, France, and was graduated at Harvard College in the Class 
of 1854, receiving from Harvard the degree of A.M. in course and 
the degree of LL.B. in 1857. 

He associated himself for the practice of his profession with the 
late Edward Ingersoll Browne of the Class of 1855 at Harvard, 
the firm name being Browne & Thorndike. The grandfathers of the 
two partners, Moses Browne and Israel Thorndike, had been part- 
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He married, in 1862, Mary Edmondson Edgar, who was born in 
Baltimore, Md., 7 August 1835, daughter of Herman Le Roy and 
Mary (Edmondson) Edgar of Baltimore. A son, Augustus Thorndike 
of Boston, A.B. (Harvard, 1884), M.D. (ih., 1888), a Ufe member of 
the New England Historic Genealogical Society since 1902, survives 
him. 

1912 

Richard Clapp Humphreys, of Dorchester, Mass., a Ufe member 
since 1904, was born at Dorchester 10 June 1836, the son of Henry 
and Sarah Blake (Clapp) Humphreys, and died at Dorchester 6 May 
1912. He was a descendant of Jonas^ Humphreys, an early settler 
in Dorchester, through James,^ Hopestill,^ Jonas,'^ Henry,^ James,^ 
and Henry,^ his father, all of Whom Uved on the same estate on 
Humphreys Street, Dorchester. 

He was educated in the public schools, and then engaged in busi- 
ness. He became a trustee, and was treasurer of many religious, 
charitable, and benevolent institutions and societies. He had been 
president of the Dorchester Relief Society and of the Dorchester 
Branch of Associated Charities, was connected with the Boston Board 
of Overseers of the Poor, and had been on the Boston School Board 
for a number of j^ears. He had also been president of the Dorchester 
Historical Society and of the Norfolk Conference of Unitarian 
Churches. 

He married, 5 March 1863, Sarah Elizabeth Beals, daughter of 
Thomas and Mary (Pope) Beals, who survived him, together with 
one son, Clarence Blake Humphreys. 

Frederic Augustus Holden, of Hyattsville, Md., a correspond- 
ing member since 1861, was born at Providence, R. I., 4 July 1830, 
and died at Hyattsville 31 October 1912. He belonged to the seventh 
generation of Holdens in America, in a line of six successive Randall 
Holdens, beginning with the Randall Holden who settled at War- 
wick, R. I., before 1643. 

A few years before the Civil War Mr. Holden went to Ceredo, 
in what is now West Virginia, but at the outbreak of hostilities 
between the North and South he went to Washington, D. C, where 
he held a Government office. In 1883 he removed to Hyattsville, 
where he resided from that time until his death. 

Mr. Holden was an accountant and a genealogist. Among his 
works are genealogies of the Capron, Holden, and Lockwood 
families. 

He was a Mason, a Knight Templar, an Episcopalian, and a 
Republican. 

He married, 2 August 1854, Ellen Frances Capron of Millville 
(then a part of Blackstone), Mass. Three sons, Augustus Randall 
of Washington, D. C, Lewis Francis of the same city, and John 
Greene of Hyattsville, survive him. 



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1914 

Edward Cranch Perkins, A.M., of Milton, Mass., a life member 
since 1904, was born at Cincinnati, Ohio, 25 February 1844, the son 
of James Handasyd and Sarah H. (Elliott) Perkins, and died at 
Milton 7 December 1914. He was a descendant of John EUot, 
the Apostle to the Indians, and of George Wyllys, who was Governor 
of the Colony of Connecticut in 1642. His father, a member of a 
prominent Boston family, removed to Cincinnati in 1832, before 
his marriage, and there practised law and engaged in literary pursuits. 

He was prepared for college at Phillips Exeter Academy and en- 
tered Harvard College as a Sophomore in 1863. He was graduated 
with the Class of 1866, and later received the degree of A.M. in 
course from his alma mater. 

After leaving college he was associated for some time with the 
firm of Ladd & Amory, cotton brokers, of Galveston, Tex., and passed 
his winters there and his summers in the study of law in the office 
of the late John M. Forbes, in Boston. On his admission to the bar 
he entered the office of the late George S. Hale, and remained with 
him until his interest in certain mining enterprises took him to 
Colorado, where he also practised law at Poncho Springs as a mem- 
ber of the firm of Perkins & Van Kleek. 

Returning to Boston, he was made counsel for the Chicago, Bur- 
lington & Quincy Railroad, of which his brother, Charles E. Perkins, 
was president. His practice in Boston was large and lucrative, 
being confined almost wholly to advice, the settlement of large 
estates, and matters relating to the large corporations for which 
he was counsel. 

He married, 10 June 1869, Jane Sedgwick Watson of Milton, 
who died at Milton 23 February 1912. Three sons, Thomas Nelson 
Perkins, A.B. (Harvard, 1891), LL.B. {ib., 1894), James Handasyd 
Perkins, A.B. (Harvard, 1898), and John Forbes Perkins, A.B. 
(Harvard, 1899), LL.B. {ib., 1903), survive him. 

Cf. Secretary's Report of the Class of 18G6 of Harvard College. Boston. 1916. 

1918 

William Austin Macy, M.D., of Kjngs Park, Long Island, N. Y., 
a hfe member since 1903, was born at Harrison, N. Y., 4 July 1862, 
the son of Josiah Henry and Jane (Carpenter) Macy, and died at 
Kings Park 21 May 1918. On the paternal sid-e he was descended 
from George^ Stanton, who was of Spanish Town, Jamaica, B. W. I., 
in 1697 and probably had come from Lincolnshire, England, through 
Henry2 of New York City, George^ of New York City, Henry^ of 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Richard^ of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Stamford, Conn., 
Jonathan Hasbrouck^ of Brooklj^n, N. Y., who married Lydia Hussey 
Macy, daughter of Josiah and Lydia (Hussey) Macy of Nantucket, 
Mass., and Josiah Henry, ^ his father, who took the surname of Macy. 
Two at least of his Stanton ancestors took wives from the Dutch 
famiUes of New York. On the maternal side he was a descendant 
of the Colonial family of Carpenter, members of which settled in 
Jamaica as well as in continental America. 



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William Austin Macy was educated at private schools, including 
Park Institute, formerly at Rye, N. Y. There he was prepared for 
college, and entered the School of Mines, Columbia College. After 
one year in this school he was transferred to the medical department 
of the same institution, the College of Physicians and Surgeons, 
where he received the degree of M.D. in 1885. Later he took the 
full hospital course at the Workhouse and Almshouse Hospitals at 
Blackwell's Island, from which he received a diploma. 

He served for a time in the Colored Home and Hospital in New 
York City, and then accepted a position as assistant physician at 
the New York City Asylum for the insane at Hart's Island, New 
York Harbor. He was appointed later to a similar position at a 
similar institution for women at Blackwell's Island, and after a year 
there he was transferred to Ward's Island, to be acting assistant 
superintendent at the New York City Asylum for men. In 1889 
or early in 1890 he was made acting superintendent at this same 
institution. On 1 June 1890 he was promoted to the regular posi- 
tion of medical superintendent, which he held until 1895, when these 
asylums were transferred to the State of New York and the institu- 
tion became known as the Manhattan State Hospital for Men, at 
Ward's Island. Dr. Macy retained his position under a general 
superintendent until 1 January 1897, when he was appointed medi- 
cal superintendent of the Willard State Hospital, a position which 
he held until 1 June 1904, when he was transferred as superintendent 
to the Kings Park State Hospital, Kings Park, N. Y., and was 
acting in that capacity at the time of his death. 

Dr. Macy was the author of a number of medical articles, and 
was deeply interested in historical and genealogical subjects. He 
devoted much of his time to collecting and compiling notes, particu- 
larly regarding his own ancestral hues and those of his wife. He 
was a member of various Masonic bodies, of several medical societies, 
of the Topsfield (Mass.) Historical Society, and of the New York 
Genealogical and Biographical Society. He belonged to the Pres- 
byterian Church. 

He married, 3 September 1889, Marion Wright, daughter of 
Charles and Mary Anna (Shipley) Wright of New Rochelle, N. Y., 
who survives him, together with six children, Marion Marjorie, 
Anna Kathryn, WiUiam Charles, William Alec, Alan Dent, and 
Malcolm Dunbar. Helena Wright, his third child, died in her 
third year. 

Charles Henry Hart, LL.B., of New York City, a corresponding 
member since 1866, was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 4 February 1847, 
and died 29 July 1918. 

He received his bachelor's degree in law at the University of Penn- 
sylvania in 1869, having been admitted to the Pennsylvania bar 18 
November 1868, and he practised law until 17 February 1894, when 
he was disabled by a railroad accident. Upon his recovery he devoted 
himself to Uterary pursuits, and won recognition as an expert in art 
and historical portraiture. 

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Fine Arts, a position which he held for twenty years, until he re- 
signed it in 1902. In 1893 he was chairman of the Committee on 
Retrospective American Art at the Chicago Exposition. His pub- 
lished writings in the field of art, historical portraiture, and biography 
are numerous. 

He was a member of the American Historical Association, of the 
Essex Institute, and of several State historical societies, including 
the Massachusetts Historical Society, of which he was made a corre- 
sponding member in 1878. 

He married first, 16 November 1869, Armine Nixon, who died 11 
June 1897; and secondly, 7 December 1912, Anita Beatriz Arabe. 

Cf. Who's Who in America, 1918-1919, pp. 1207-1208, where also a list of Mr. Hart's writ- 
ings is given. 

Rev. Charles Richmond Weld, S.T.B., LL.D., of Baltunore, Md., 
a corresponding member since 1886, was born at Cazenovia, N. Y., 
19 March 1847, the son of Ezra Greenleaf and Deborah (Wood) Weld, 
and died at Norwich, co. Norfolk, England, 11 September 1918. 
His first American ancestor was Rev. Thomas Weld, who was edu- 
cated at Trinity College, Cambridge, England, taking at Cambridge 
the degrees of B.A. in 1613 and M.A. in 1618, was vicar of Terhng, 
CO. Essex, was deposed by Bishop (later Archbishop) Laud for non- 
conformity, came to America in 1632, and was minister of the First 
Church in Roxbury, Mass. In 1641 he was sent back to England 
on a commission from the Colony of the Massachusetts Bay, became 
minister at the Church of St. Mary, Gateshead, co. Durham, and died 
in England soon after the Restoration. From this first American 
ancestor an unbroken Une of ministers followed in America for seven 
generations, down to and including the subject of this memoir, who 
was also a grandnephew of Rev. Jonathan Edwards. 

He was educated at Antioch College, Ohio, and at Harvard, 
and was graduated at the Harvard Divinity School in 1872. 
In the same year he was called to the pastorate of the First Inde- 
pendent Church of Baltimore, now known as the First Unitarian 
Chuchr, where he was ordained and installed 2 January 1873. He 
remained there until 1898, when he resigned his charge and was made 
minister emeritus. The degree of LL.D. was conferred upon him 
by Berea College, Ky., in 1897. 

He spent a year in travel, studied international law for a year at 
the University of Oxford, and was made a fellow of the Royal Geo- 
graphical Society in 1901. He had intended to give a course of 
lectures on international law, but a bad nervous breakdown, followed 
by continued ill health, prevented him from taking up any definite 
work. 

He was a member of the Maryland Historical Society, a corre- 
sponding member (since 1883) of the Massachusetts Historical So- 
ciety, and a member of the Society of Mayflower Descendants, trac- 
ing his descent from John Alden. In 1904 he placed in the First 
Church of Roxbury a tablet in memory of his first American an- 
cestor. Rev. Thomas Weld. 

He married Frances Eaton, daughter of George Nathaniel and 
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Rev. Arthur March Clark, A.B., of Dubuque, Iowa, a life mem- 
ber since 1885, was bom at Framingham, Mass., 3 August 1853, 
the son of James Wilson and Catherine Monroe (March) Clark of 
Framingham, and died at Dubuque 8 December 1918. He was a 
descendant of Hugh^ Clark of Watertown and Roxbury, Mass., 
through John,2 John,' Atherton,* Peter,^ and James Wilson,^ his 
father. 

He was educated at St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H., and at 
Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., and in 1881 was graduated at the 
Episcopal Theological School in Cambridge, Mass. In November 
1882 he became a Roman CathoHc, afterwards studied for the priest- 
hood at the Convent of the PauUst Fathers in New York City, and 
was ordained a priest of the Roman Catholic Church. 

When he was confirmed in the Roman Catholic Church in Octo- 
ber 1883, he added the name of Pius to the Christian names given 
by his parents, but as early as 1891 he seems to have omitted this 
additional name in his signature. 

1919 

Maj. Gen. Asa Bird Gardiner, A.M., LL.B., LL.D., L.H.D., 

Lieutenant Colonel, U. S. A., Retired, of New York City, a corre- 
sponding member since 1884, was born in New York City 30 Septem- 
ber 1839, the son of Asa and Rebekah Willard (Bentley) Gardiner, 
and died at Suffern, N. Y., 28 May 1919. 

He was educated in the pubUc schools of New York City, and 
received the'degree of A.B. from the College of the City of New York 
in 1859, the degree of A.M. from the same institution in 1862, and the 
honorary degree of A.M. from Dartmouth College lq 1864 and from 
Columbia University in 1869. The degree of LL.B. was conferred 
on him by New York University in 1860, the degree of LL.D. was re- 
ceived from the same institution in 1876, and the degree of L.H.D. 
was bestowed by Hobart College in 1896. 

He was admitted to the New York bar in November 1860, and was 
practising his profession in New York when the Civil War broke out 
and he entered the service. He was appointed first heutenant in the 
Thirty-first New York Volunteer Infantry 27 May 1861, captain in 
the Twenty-second New York Volunteers 31 May 1862, and first 
heutenant in the United States Veteran Reserve Corps 11 February 
1865, where he was later regimental adjutant. He was breveted cap- 
tain, United States Volunteers, 13 March 1865, for gallant and meri- 
torious services during the War, and was honorably mustered out of 
the Volunteer service 13 August 1866. During the War he had 
served in the Sixth Corps, Army of the Potomac, and in the Eighth 
and Twenty-third Army Corps, and had taken part in the fight 
at Union Mills, near Fairfax Court House, Va., in the Battles of 
Blackburn's Ford and Bull Run, in the skirmish at Winchester, Va., 
30 August 1862, and in the Gettysburg campaign, in which he was 
wounded on 1 July 1863. On 23 September 1872 he was awarded 
the Congressional Medal of Honor ''for conspicuous bravery and 
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in the action at Sporting Hill, Pa., June 30, 1863, and in the defense 
of CarUsle, Pa., July 1-2, 1863." 

He entered the Regular Army of the United States in 1866, being 
appointed second Ueutenant, Ninth United States Infantry, 20 
July 1866. He was promoted to be first lieutenant 14 February 1868, 
and was transferred to the First Artillery 3 April 1869. He served 
later as judge advocate, was promoted to the rank of major, 18 
August 1873, was professor of law, United States Mihtary Academy, 
1874-1878, acting assistant secretary of war, 1887-88, and was re- 
tired from the service, for disabihty, 8 December 1888, with the rank 
of major in the Judge Advocate General's Department. On 23 
April 1904 he was given the rank of lieutenant colonel, United States 
Army, retired. 

He was elected district attorney of New York County in Novem- 
ber 1897, and held that ofiice until 1900. He was colonel comman- 
dant of the Veteran Corps of Artillery of the State of New York, 
and in 1917 was breveted major general of the Mihtary Forces of the 
State of New York, under a concurrent resolution of the Legislature 
of New York, ''for gallant conduct in the Gettysburg campaign and 
for gallant and meritorious services during the War." 

He was a deputy to the General Convention of the Protestant Epis- 
copal Church in 1892 and 1910, a deputy to the Protestant Episcopal 
Convention of the Diocese of Long Island since 1885, a member of 
the Standing Committee on Archives of the General Convention of 
the Protestant Episcopal Church since 1892, a member (since 1899) 
of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, a member of 
the Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Maryland, Virginia, 
Georgia, Chicago, and other historical societies, a trustee of the 
American College of Musicians, an incorporator and member of the 
United States Mihtary Service Institution, president of the Mihtary 
Society of the War of 1812 since 1909, secretary general of the So- 
ciety of the Cincinnati since 1884, president of the Rhode Island 
State Society of the Cincinnati since 1899, a member of the Military 
Order of the Loyal Legion and of the James Monroe Post, Grand 
Army of the RepubUc, and one of the founders (1875) and incor- 
porators of the Society of Sons of the Revolution. He was also 
sachem of the Tammany Society of New York. 

He was the author of "The Writ of Habeas Corpus as Affecting 
the Army and Navy," 1874, ''Practice and Proceedings of Courts- 
Martial," 1878, "The Rhode Island Continental Line of the Revo- 
lution," 1885; and "The Order of the Cincinnati in France," 1905. 

He belonged to the Union, Metropohtan, Church, United Service, 
and other clubs, and had a country home at "Orrell Manor," Suffern, 
Rockland Co., N. Y. 

He married first, 18 October 1865, Mary Austen of Baltimore 
County, Md., who died in 1900; and secondly, in New York, 5 
November 1902, Harriet Isabella Lindsay, who survives him, to- 
gether with five sons, Norman Bentley Gardiner of Staten Island, 
N. Y., Asa Bird Gardiner, Jr., Lieut. John de B. W. Gardiner, 
Wilham Howard Gardiner, and Maj. Phihp Parkhurst Gardiner. 

Cf. Who'B Who in America. 1918-1919, p. 1005, and New York Genealogical and Biographical 
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Mary Elizabeth Sinnott, of Philadelphia, Pa., a resident mem- 
ber since 1906, was born in Philadelphia 26 March 1866, the daughter 
of Joseph Francis and Annie EHza (Rogers) Sinnott, and died in 
Philadelphia in May 1919. Her father was born in co. Donegal, 
Ireland, 14 February 1837, and her mother was born at Mount 
Holly, N. J., 22 August 1842. 

She was educated at the Academy of the Sacred Heart and at the 
Agnes Irwin School, both in Philadelphia. 

She published in Philadelphia, in 1905, "Annals of the Sinnott, 
Rogers, Coffin, CorUes, Reeves, Bodine and AlUed Famihes." 

Raleigh Warner Holden, A.B., of Honeoye Falls, N. Y., a resi- 
dent member since 1912, was born at Honeoye Falls 7 July 1878," the 
son of Alexander Martin and Eleanor Lovina (Warner) Holden, and 
died there 24 October 1919. He was descended from Richard^ Holden 
of Watertown, Mass., through Stephen,^ William,' Richard,'* 
Timothy,^ Timothy Humphrey,® and Alexander Martin,^ his father. 
He was also a descendant of two Mayflower ancestors. Elder William 
Brewster and John Howland. 

He received his preparation for college at the Genesee Wesleyan 
Seminary, where he was a member of the Class of 1895, and was 
graduated at Syracuse University in 1901. 

Soon after leaving college he removed to Rochester, where for 
several years he was connected with the Rochester Composite Brick 
Company as secretary and treasurer. Early in 1915 he returned to 
Honeoye Falls, and became cashier of the bank there. 

Mr. Holden was a great admirer of Theodore Roosevelt, joined 
the Progressive movement, and while a resident of Rochester was a 
candidate for assessor on the Progressive ticket. 

He served as a member of the local committee in the second 
Liberty Loan drive, and spent several months in the devastated 
regions of France with the Young Men's Christian Association work- 
ers as regional accountant. 

He was active in the Methodist Episcopal Church and in Masonic 
circles. He was also a member of the Chamber of Commerce, the 
Masonic and University Clubs of Rochester, and various archaeologi- 
cal, historical, and genealogical societies. He was much interested 
in genealogical research, and had nearly ready for publication the 
Holden family genealogy when he entered upon his work in France. 

He married first, 12 March 1902, Mabel Yeomans, Ph.B. (Syra- 
cuse University, 1900), who died in 1915, daughter of Elon Leslie 
and Ella Fidelia (Beckwith) Yeomans; and secondly, in February 
1917, Eleanor Howard, who survives him, together with two sons by 
his first wife, Richard Yeomans Holden and Theron Timothy Holden. 

Charles Edwin Tucker, of Boston, a resident member since 
1892, was born in Boston 6 May 1847, the son of William and Mary 
(Boothby) Tucker, and died in Baltimore, Md., 24 November 1919. 
He was a descendant of Robert^ Tucker of Weymouth, Mass., 
through James,^ James,^ Joseph,"* Joseph,^ Joseph,^ and William,^ 
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He attended the Dwight School in Boston and spent one year 
at the Boston Latin School. 

In 1869-70 he was treasurer of the Globe Theatre, Boston. From 
9 October 1872 he was connected with the office of the City Collector 
of Boston, and in 1895 was receiving teller of taxes in this office. 

He married, 1 June 1878, Annie EHzabeth Snow Johnson, daughter 
of Thomas Boyd and Hannah (Hanson) Johnson. 

Howard Winfield Baker, C. E., of Coronado, Cal., elected a 
Pilgrim Tercentenary member in 1919, was bom in Chicago, 111., 
19 March 1866, the son of Wilham T., and Annie (Dunster) Baker, 
and died at Coronado 30 December 1919. His father was a pioneer 
grain dealer of Chicago, who served several terms as president of the 
Chicago Board of Trade and was president of the World's Columbian 
Exposition; and he was descended on his mother's side from Henry 
Dunster, the first president of Harvard College, who came from Eng- 
land to Boston in 1640. 

He was educated at the Mosely and Harvard Schools in Chicago 
and at Cornell University, where he was graduated as a civil engineer 
in the Class of 1886. 

He went into the brokerage business at Seattle, Wash., handling 
the Armour Packing Company's meat products for Puget Sound 
and British Columbia, and for eight years operated a dock and storage 
warehouse and acted as ship and steamer agent. After the Seattle 
fire he moved to Chicago, entered the employ of Butler Brothers, 
wholesale merchants, and became their assistant manager. In 1907 
he went to Minneapohs, Minn., as head of a new branch of the firm 
there. He also had charge of laying out and building other dis- 
tributing houses in Jersey City, N. J., and in Chicago. He was 
especially successful in developing systems of management in office 
and warehouse and in shipping. 

Much of Mr. Baker's time was given to legal matters in connec- 
tion with the settlement of the estate of his father. He was a mem- 
ber of many clubs and civic organizations and was a generous con- 
tributor of time and means to pubUc service and to philanthropy. 

On account of ill health he retired from active business in 1913 and 
moved to Coronado, where he built his home and spent the remain- 
ing years of his hfe. In the World War he gave his services as fuel 
controller at San Diego, Cal. 

He married first Josephine Geiger; and secondly, in 1903, after her 
death, Mrs. Josephine McCloskey Nevins. She also died before Mr. 
Baker, leaving two children by a former marriage. 

His nearest surviving relatives are two brothers and two sisters, 
Charles H. Baker, Henry Dunster Baker, Bertha Baker, wife of Van 
Wagenen Ailing, and Annie M. Baker. His sister, Mrs. Bertha 
(Baker) AlUng, of Lake Forest, 111., succeeds him in his Pilgrim Ter- 
centenary membership in the New England Historic Genealogical 
Society. 

He left a bequest to the Art Institute of Chicago, in memory of 
his father, and other bequests to the University of Minnesota and 
to various charities in Minneapohs and San Diego. 



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Mrs. Louisa Jane (Adams) Beal, of Boston and Nahant, Mass., 
a life member since 1916, was born in Boston 13 March 1836, the 
daughter of Dr. Zabdiel Boylston and Sarah May (Holland) Adams, 
and died there 6 January 1920. She was descended from Henry^ 
Adams of Braintree, Mass., through Joseph,^ Joseph,' Ebenezer,* 
Ebenezer,^ Zabdiel,® and Dr. Zabdiel Boylston,^ her father. On 
her father's side she was a descendant also of John Alden. 

She was a member of the Society of Colonial Dames. She com- 
piled a book of hymns that was pubhshed in 1909, with a new and 
revised edition in 1910, entitled ''Hymns for Christian Worship." 
This book is in use in the Nahant church, on the music committee 
of which Mrs. Beal served for twenty-five years. 

She was married, 18 June 1862, to James Henry Beal, who was 
born in Boston 20 February 1823 and died 24 June 1904. Two sons, 
Boylston Adams Beal, A.B. (Harvard, 1886), LL.B. (ib., 1892), of 
Boston and Nahant, a hfe member of the New England Historic 
Genealogical Society, and WiUiam Fields Beal, A.B. (Harvard, 
1893), of New York, survive her. 

Rev. Rufus Babcock Tobey, M.A., of Middleborough, Mass., 
a resident member since 1897, was bom at New Bedford, Mass., 
6 May 1849, the son of Charles Richmond and Maria Patey (Rob- 
bins) Tobey, and died at Middleborough 6 January 1920. He was 
fifth in descent, on his mother's side, from Jeduthan Robbins, 
through Rufus, Lemuel, Lemuel, and Maria Patey, his mother. 

He received his preparation for college at Phillips Andover Acad- 
emy, was graduated at Amherst College in 1877, and later received 
there the degree of M.A. He was graduated in 1880 at the Andover 
Theological Seminary, and became pastor of the Congregational 
Church in Harwich, Mass. From there he went to Helena, Mont., 
as a missionary, and estabhshed the First Congregational Church 
in that city. He returned to Harwich, and later accepted a call 
to the Berkeley Temple, Boston, where his work brought him into 
close connection with Rev. Edward Everett Hale, D.D. Dr. Hale 
was one of Mr. Tobey's most faithful friends, and was a loyal sup- 
porter of his activities in the founding of the Boston Floating 
Hospital, which he estabhshed while he was associate pastor of the 
Berkeley Temple. Mr. Tobey was also one of the founders of the 
Ingleside Home for young girls at Revere. He was also interested 
in the Mount Pleasant Home for Aged Men and Women. 

Mr. Tobey married, 12 May 1892, Genevieve R. Gifford, daughter 
of Henry 0. and Avis J. Gifford, who survives him, together with a 
daughter. Avis Carohne Tobey. 

Brig. Gen. Charles Lawrence Peirson, S.B., A.M., U.S.V., 
of Boston, a resident member since 1915, was born at Salem, Mass., 
15 January 1834, the son of Abel Lawrence Peirson, A.B. (Harvard, 
1812), A.M. (lb.), M.D. (ib., 1816), and his wife, Harriet (Lawrence), 
and died in Boston 23 January 1920. His paternal grandfather was 



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Samuel Peirson of Biddeford, Me. On the maternal side he was 
descended from John and Phoebe (Paine) Page, who were among 
the early settlers of Watertown, Mass. 

He was prepared for college in private and public schools at Salem, 
and was graduated at the Lawrence Scientific School in 1853, receiv- 
ing the degree of S.B. He chose the profession of a civil engineer, 
and followed this profession in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and, 
for three years, in MLinnesota. 

In 1861 he entered the Army as first Heutenant and adjutant of 
the Twentieth Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. He was taken 
prisoner after the Battle of Ball's Bluff and was confined in Libby 
Prison. He served on the staffs of General Dana and General Sedg- 
wick. On 30 August 1862 he was made Heutenant colonel of the 
Thirty-ninth Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, and became colonel 
of the same regiment 13 July 1864. Owing to disabiUty resulting 
from wounds received in action he was mustered out of the service 
11 Jan. 1865. On 13 March 1865 he was breveted colonel, United 
States Volunteers, ''for gallant and meritorious conduct in the battles 
of the Wilderness and Spottsylvania, Virginia," and on the same day 
he was breveted brigadier general, United States Volunteers, "for 
gallant and meritorious conduct" in the battles on the Weldon 
Railroad, in Virginia. 

After the Civil War he became an iron merchant, being a member 
of the firm of Stevenson & Peirson of Boston and later of the firm 
of C. L. Peirson & Company. He retired from business in 1905. 

General Peirson was a Unitarian in rehgion and a RepubHcan in 
politics. He was a member of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 
the Loyal Legion, the Somerset and St. Botolph Clubs of Boston, 
the Country Club of Brookline, Mass., and the Royal Society of 
Arts of London, England. In 1898 Harvard University conferred 
on him the honorary degree of A.M. 

He married, 19 January 1873, Emily Russell, daughter of George 
Robert and Sarah Parkman (Shaw) Russell. She is not hving, and 
there were no children of this union. 

Maj. Herbert William Yemans, M.D., Medical Corps, U. S. A., 
of San Francisco, Cal., a resident member since 1916, was born at 
Wyandotte, Mich., 9 April 1857, the son of Charles Chester and Mary 
Herbert (Chamberlin) Yemans, and died at Fort Rosecrans, Cal., 
29 January 1920. He traced his descent from Ekiward^ and Mary 
(Button) Yeomans of Haverhill, Mass., and Stonington, Conn., 
who were married at Haverhill 6 December 1652, through John^ and 
MilHcent Yeomans of Stonington and Tolland, Conn., EHjah^ and 
Abigail (Cooke) Yeomans of Tolland, Elijah* (a Revolutionary sol- 
dier) and Amy (Delano) Yemans of Tolland, Conn., and Norwich, 
Vt., Elijah^ and Thena (Carpenter) Yemans of Norwich, WilUam^ 
and Nancy (Lockwood) Yemans of Massena Springs, N. Y., and 
Charles Chester^ and Mary Herbert (Chamberlin) Yemans, his 
parents, of Michigan. Amy Delano, wife of Elijah'' Yemans, was a 
descendant of Richard Warren of the Mayflower. 

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Springs, N. Y., 24 May 1834, went to Detroit, Mich., about 1850, and 
died there in 1901. He served in the Civil War, being appointed 
26 July 1862 as second Ueutenant, Company D, Twenty-fourth Michi- 
gan Infantry, and resigning from the service 1 September 1863. He 
married, in 1856, Mary Herbert Chamberlin, who was born at Flat 
Rock, Mich., 14 September 1835 and died in 1889, daughter of WilUam 
and EUzabeth (Herbert) Chamberlin, granddaughter of Enoch 
Chamberlin, and great-granddaughter of Lieut. Col. William Cham- 
berlin of New Jersey, who served in the Revolution. 

Major Yemans was educated in the pubUc schools and by private 
tutors, attended a business college, studied medicine at the Detroit 
Medical College, 1875-1878, receiving the degree of M.D. from that 
institution in 1878, continued his medical studies in 1878-79 at the 
University of Strassburg in Alsace (then belonging to the German 
Empire but now happily restored to France), and practised medi- 
cine at Detroit and Oxford, Mich., 1880-1882. 

He was assistant and passed assistant surgeon in the United States 
Marine Hospital Service (now the Public Health Service), 1882-1887, 
city physician and poUce surgeon at San Francisco, 1891-1893, poUce 
surgeon at Manila, P. I., 1901-1903, surgeon. United States Army 
(with the rank of first lieutenant. United States Medical Reserve 
Corps), 1903-1917, and major. Medical Corps, United States Army, 
from 1917 until his death. 

He was the author of articles on medical topics, and was a member 
of many societies, among which may be mentioned the National 
Society of Americans of Royal Descent, the California Society of 
Mayflower Descendants, the Society of Colonial Wars, the Society 
of Sons of the American Revolution, the CaUfornia Genealogical So- 
ciety, the Mihtary Order of the Loyal Legion, the Association of 
Military Surgeons, the Army and Navy Club, the National Geographic 
Society, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 
the Esperanto Association of North America (of which he was presi- 
dent), and various San Francisco clubs. 

He presided at the International Esperanto Congress at Washing- 
ton, D. C, in 1910, and opened the International Esperanto Congress 
at Antwerp, Belgium, in 1911. 

He married at San Francisco, 22 December 1885, Bina Frances 
Staples, born 1 January 1860, died 15 December 1913, daughter of 
David Jackson and Mary Pratt (Winslow) Staples of San Francisco. 
There were no children of this union. 

Rev. Henry Fitch Jenks, A.M., of Canton, Mass., elected a 
resident member in 1866 and made a life member in 1880, was 
bom in Boston 17 October 1842, the son of John Henry and Mary 
Rand (Fitch) Jenks, and died at Waverley, Mass., 31 January 
1920. His paternal grandfather. Rev. WiUiam Jenks, A.M., D.D., 
LL.D., a well-known scholar, was elected an honorary member of 
the New England Historic Genealogical Society 4 June 1845, and 
died 13 November 1866.* 

•For biography and ancestry of William Jenka see Register, vol. 28, pp. 335-336, and Me- 
morial Biographies of the New-England Historic Genealogical Society, vol. 6, pp. 204-206. 



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He was prepared for college at the Boston Latin School, and was 
graduated at Harvard College in 1863, receiving later the degree of 
A.M. in course. He was graduated at Harvard Divinity School 
in 1866. 

^ He was ordained to the ministry and installed as pastor over the 
First Congregational Parish (Unitarian) of Fitchbiirg, Mass., 10 
April 1867, and held this charge until 1870. In the summer of 1872 
he travelled extensively in Europe, and afterwards suppUed the pul- 
pit of the Unitarian Church at Charleston, S. C. (1873-1875), and 
held in succession pastorates or supplied pulpits at Revere, Mass., 
at Lawrence, Mass., and at Canton, where he began his work on 
1 July 1885. After serving for many years as pastor of the First 
Congregational Parish (Unitarian) of Canton, he was, when ill 
health compelled him to retire from active work in the ministry, 
made pastor emeritus there. He made other trips abroad, and 
travelled also on the North American Continent. 

He wrote much for magazines and reviews, compiled a catalogue 
of the Boston Pubhc Latin School with historical sketch, 1886, 
aided in editing the "Records of the Church in Brattle Square, 
Boston," pubHshed in 1902, and edited various genealogical records 
and papers. As a member of the Pubhcation Committee of the 
Massachusetts Historical Society he took part in the work of pre- 
paring for the press several volumes of the Collections of this well- 
known society. 

He was appointed several times as delegate to the National Con- 
ference of Unitarian Churches, and in 1880 was a delegate to the State 
convention of the Repubhcan party at Worcester. Mass. In addi- 
tion to his membership in the New England Historic Genealogical 
Society and the Massachusetts Historical Society, he belonged to the 
American Historical Association, the American Antiquarian Society, 
the Essex Institute, the American Oriental Society, the Prince So- 
ciety, the Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, the 
Society of Colonial Wars, and other organizations, including the St. 
Botolph Club, the University Club, and the Twentieth Century 
Club of Boston. 

He married in Boston, 1 March 1881, Lavinia Hathaway Angier, 
daughter of Oakes Angier of Belfast, Me., who survives him, together 
with three sons, Henry Angier, Charles Fitch, A.B. (Bowdoin, 1906), 
and Frederic Angier, A.B. (Harvard, 1907), LL.B. (ib., 1913). 

Elmer Ernest Southard, A.M., M.D., S.D., of Cambridge, 
Mass., a life member since 1911, was born in Boston 28 July 1876, 
the son of Martin and OUve Wentworth (Knowles) Southard, and 
died in New York City 8 February 1920. He traced his descent 
from Constant^ Southworth^ of the 'Plymouth Colony, through 
Edward,^ Benjamin,^ Thomas*^ Constant,^ John^ South(w)ard, and 
Martin' Southard, his father. 

He was prepared for college at the Boston Latin School, and 
received the degree of A.B. from Harvard University in 1897 and 
the degree of M.D. from the same institution in 1901. The Uni- 
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sued further studies in the Senckenberg Institute, Frankfort on 
the Main, Germany, and at the University of Heidelberg in 1902 
and at the University of Liverpool in 1907. In 1917 the George 
Washington University (Washington, D. C.) gave him the honorary 
degree of S.D. 

Dr. Southard was an interne, 1901, assistant in pathology, 1902-3, 
and assistant visiting pathologist, 1904-5, in the Boston City Hos- 
pital. In 1904-5 he was instructor in neuropathology, in 1906-1909 
he was assistant professor of the same, and in 1909 he became 
Bullard professor of the same subject in the Harvard Medical School. 
He was also assistant professor of psychology at Harvai-d. In 
1906-1909 he was assistant physician and pathologist in the Dan- 
vers State Hospital, from 1909 on he was pathologist for the Massa- 
chusetts State Board of Insanity, and from 1910 on he was director 
of the Boston Psychopathic Hospital. He was a member of the 
Board of Associated Charities of Boston, a director of the Eugenics 
Record Office, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, N. Y., and a 
member and science director of the laboratory of the Bedford Hills 
(N. Y.) Reformatory. He was a writer of note on medical subjects, 
a contributor to medical periodical Utei-ature, assistant editor of 
the Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, of Epilepsia, and of 
other medical periodicals, editor of many medical and scientific 
contributions for the Massachusetts State Board of Insanity and the 
Boston Psychopathic Hospital, and secretary of the Committee on 
Insanity of the Eugenics Section of the American Breeders' Asso- 
ciation. 

He was a member of numerous medical societies and associations 
and a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He 
belonged also to the St. Botolph Club of Boston. 

Dr. Southard married, 27 June 1906, Mabel Fletcher Austin, 
B.S. (University of Minnesota, 1893), M.D. (Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1900), borh at St. Paul, Minn., 6 November 1871, daughter 
of Hon. Horace (who was Governor of Minnesota, 1870-1874) and 
Mary Angelina (Morrell) Austin. Mrs. Southard survives her hus- 
band,- together with three children, Horace Austin, Ordway, and 
Anne. 

Susan Augusta Smith, of Kingston, Mass., a resident member 
since 1902, was born at Pembroke, Mass., 19 October 1843, the 
daughter of Nathaniel and Susan Stetson (Briggs) Smith, and 
died at Kingston 13 February 1920. She traced her descent from 
Rev. John^ Smith of Barnstable in the Plymouth Colony, through 
Joseph,^ Rev. Thomas,^ Nathaniel,^ and Nathaniel,^ her father. 
She was descended also from a large number of noted New England 
ancestors, among whom were John Alden and Richard Warren of 
the Mayflower. 

She was educated at Partridge Academy, Duxbury, Mass., and by 
private tutors, and followed special courses in Boston and Worcester, 
Mass. 

She was the author of "A Memorial of Rev. Thomas Smith 
(Second Minister of Pembroke, Mass.) and his Descendants," Plym- 



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outh, 1895, and of "Ancestors of Moses Belcher Bass," Boston, 
1896. 

Wallace Lincoln Pierce, of Boston, a Pilgrim Tercentenary 
member since 1919, was bom in Boston 15 March 1853, the son 
of Samuel Stillman and Ellen Maria Theresa (WaUis) Pierce, and died 
in Boston 5 March 1920. He traced his descent from Robert Pierce, 
an early settler of Dorchester, Mass. 

He was educated in the Boston pubhc schools, and then entered 
business in 1871 under his father, of the firm of S. S. Pierce & Com- 
pany, importers and dealers in groceries. In 1874 he was admitted 
to partnership in the firm, and in 1894, when the business was 
incorporated as S. S. Pierce Company, Wallace Lincoln Pierce 
became president of the corporation, and held this office until his 
death. 

Mr. Pierce in the course of his long business career was president 
of the Walworth Manufacturing Company, 1894-1913, and then 
chairman of its Board of Directors, director of the Second National 
Bank of Boston, the Boston Safe Deposit & Trust Company, the New 
England Mutual Life Insurance Company, the Home Savings 
Bank, the American Surety Company, and the Equitable Life 
Assurance Society of the United States, and a trustee of the Boston 
Lying-in Hospital, the Boston Children's Hospital, the Robert 
B. Brigham Hospital, and the Massachusetts Society for the Pre- 
vention of Cruelty to Animals. He had been vice president and a 
member of the executive committee of the New England Grenfell 
Association, a trustee of the RepubUcan Institution in the Town of 
Boston, and a director of the Proprietors of Mount Auburn Ceme- 
tery. 

He belonged to the Union, Algonquin, Exchange, St. Botolph, and 
Merchants Clubs and to the Masonic fraternity. He was a gener- 
ous giver to the work of the various philanthropic and charitable 
organizations of which he was an officer and to numerous other good 
causes which appealed to him for material aid. He was an Episco- 
palian. Besides his Boston residence he had a summer home in 
Milton, Mass. 

Mr. Pierce married first, 7 June 1876, Stella Louise Walworth, who 
died 2 April 1914, daughter of Caleb Clark and Mary (Easter- 
man) Walworth; and secondly, 1 May 1916, Mrs. Mary Agatha 
(Day) Greeley, daughter of John WilUam Day of Milton, who sur- 
vives him, together with his five children, Walworth Pierce, A.B. 
(Harvard, 1899), vice president of S. S. Pierce Company, Vassar 
Pierce, A.B. (Harvard, 1907), of Brookhne, Mass., Parkman Dexter 
Pierce, Barbara, now the wife of John Duncan Pearmain, A.B. 
(Harvard, 1913), of Framingham, Mass., and Virginia, who married 
Nelson Curtis, Jr., A.B. (Harvard, 1914), of Brookline. 

Brig. Gen. Stephen Perry Jocelyn, U. S. A., Retired, of Bur- 
hngton, Vt., a resident member since 1909, was bom at Brownington, 
Vt., 1 March 1843, the son of William and Abigail Nims (Wilder) 
Jocelyn, and died at Burlington 8 March 1920. He was a descendant 



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of Thomas^ Jocelyn, who came to New England in the ship Increase 
in 1635, resided for a time in Hingham, and then removed to Lan- 
caster, Mass.* The Hne of descent from Thomas^ is through Na- 
thaniel,^ Capt. Peter,^ Ensign Peter,^ Nathaniel,^ Joseph,^ WilHam,^ 
and WiUiam,^ his father. 

He was educated in academies at Brownington, Morrisville, and 
Barton, Vt. 

When twenty years of age he enhsted, as of Barton, 22 August 
1863, as a private in the Union Army, being enrolled in Company A, 
Sixth Regiment Vermont Volunteer Infantry, and was discharged 
6 July 1864. On 1 August. 1864 he became first Heutenant in the 
One Hundred and Fifteenth United States Volunteer Infantry, and 
was mustered out of the Volunteer service 10 February 1866. On 
23 February 1866 he entered the Regular Army of the United States 
as second heutenant, Sixth Infantry, became first heutenant 28 
July 1866 and captain in the Twenty-first Infantry 19 May 1874, 
was breveted major, 27 February 1890, for conspicuous gallantry 
in action against the Nez Perce Indians at the Clearwater, Idaho, 
11 and 12 July 1877, became major in the Nineteenth Infantry 
27 June 1897, heutenant colonel of the Twenty-fifth Infantry 31 
March 1899, colonel of the Fourteenth Infantry 28 February 1901, 
and brigadier general 16 June 1906. He held important commands 
in the Phihppine Islands and was on duty in San Francisco, serving 
as chief of staff to the general commanding the Pacific Division at 
the time of the earthquake in San Francisco. He afterwards com- 
manded the Department of the Columbia (Oregon, Washington, 
Idaho, and Alaska), and, having attained the age of sixty-four 
years, retired from active service in 1907. His service had embraced 
the Civil War, where he fought in the Army of the Ohio and the 
Army of the James and was present at the fall of Richmond, wars 
with the Indians, and the Spanish War and Phihppine Insurrection. 

General Jocelyn was a member of the Mihtary Order of the Loyal 
Legion, the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Vermont, of 
which he was deputy governor in 1907-8 and governor in 1908-9, 
and the Mihtary Service Institution of the United States, and he 
contributed in 1895 "Alaskan Notes" to the journal of the Institu- 
tion. He was also a corresponding member of the Buffalo (N. Y.) 
Historical Society, and belonged to the Army and Navy Club and 
to the Union League Club of New York. He was an Episcopalian. 

He married, at St. Louis, Mo., 2 February 1886, Mary Chamber- 
lin Edgell, daughter of Stephen Madison and Louisa (Chamberhn) 
Edgell, who survives him, together with three children, Louise 
Edgell, Dorothy, and Stephen Perry. 

Sarah Cornelia Townsend, of Milton, Mass., a resident mem- 
ber since 1901, was born at Milton 11 January 1843, the daughter 
of Charles Thomas Sidney and Sarah Hannah (Leeds) Townsend, 
and died there 10 March 1920. Her father was a native of Wilton, 
England, who was interested in the cotton brokerage business in 

•For the English ancestry of Thomas Jocelyn, Josselyn, or JosUn, see' Reqistek, toI. 71, 
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Boston. On her mother's side she was descended from Richard^ 
Leeds of Dorchester, Mass., through Joseph^ of Northampton, 
Mass., who fought in King Phihp's War, Joseph,^ Hopestill,^ Daniel,* 
Benjamin Bass^ Leeds, and Sarah Hannah^ (Leeds) Townsend, her 
mother. 

She was educated at Miss Blaney's, Mr. Increase Smith's and 
other schools in Dorchester, and also at^ Mrs. Dunscombe's school 
in Boston, was graduated from the Dorchester High School, and 
afterwards attended Mr. Emerson's school in Boston. 

She always resided in Boston, Dorchester, or Milton, with the 
exception of a year and a half spent abroad, a second visit abroad 
of shorter duration, and various journeys in this country. During 
her long residence of over sixty years in Milton, on a Highland Street 
estate, she showed great interest in the welfare of the community. 
She was baptized and confirmed in St. Mary's Church (Protestant 
Episcopal), Dorchester, was at one time a member of All Saints' 
Church, Ashmont, and was later a member of St. Anne's Church, 
Dorchester. 

Horace Homer Soule, of Brookline, Mass., a resident member 
since 1917, was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 29 November 1866, the 
son of Horace Homer and EUzabeth Cushing (Hobbs) Soule, and 
died at Brookline 18 March 1920. He was seventh in descent from 
George Soule and from John Alden, and eighth in descent from 
WiUiam Mulhns, all of the May flower , and among his other New 
England ancestors were Captains Roger Clapp, John Thaxter, John 
Tuttle, and Thomas Wallingford. 

When a boy he came to Newton, Mass., with his parents, and 
attended the Bigelow Grammar School and the Newton High School. 
He then, in 1883, entered the insurance business in Boston, and 
for several years was in the office of the London Assurance Corpora- 
tion. Ten years ago he became associated with the firm of Elmer 
A. Lord & Company, and at the time of his death was a member of 
that firm. He had a wide acquaintance in insurance circles. 

He was a member of the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower 
Descendants, the Massachusetts Society of Colonial Wars, and the 
Exchange, Union, and Country Clubs. He was also a member of 
the First Parish Church of Brookline. 

He married, 8 October 1902, Adeline Merritt Train, daughter of 
William Graham and Mary EUzabeth (Phipps) Train, who survives 
him, together with three children, Horace Homer, Elizabeth Train, 
and John Cushing. 

John J. Mitchell Fairbank, B.A., of Boston, a resident member 
since 1916, was born in Chicago, 111., 9 April 1880, the son of Lemuel 
GulHver and Lucinda Elisabeth (Mitchell) Fairbank, and died un- 
married in Boston 26 March 1920. He traced his descent from 
Jonathan^ and Grace (Lee) Fairbank of Dedham, Mass., through 
Jonas^ and Lydia (Prescott) of Dedham and Lancaster, Mass., 
Capt. Jabez' and Mary (Wilder) of Lancaster, Jonas* and Thankful 
(Wheeler) of Lancaster, Josiah^ and Abigail (Carter) of SterUng, 



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Mass., Josiah* and Deborah (Clarke) of Northborough, Mass., 
Josiah^ and Sarah Ehzabeth (Gulliver) of Milton, Mass., and Lemuel 
Gulliver^ and Lucinda Elisabeth (Mitchell), his parents. His 
mother, Lucinda EHsabeth Mitchell, born at Portland, Ohio, was 
descended from John^ and Grace (Argriffe) Mitchell, who came from 
England to York County, Pa., through George^ and Ehzabeth 
(Porter), James* and Ehzabeth (McCuUough), and John J.-* and 
Caroline Elois (Bayless) of St. Louis, Mo., her parents. 

He was educated at a pubHc school (the Tilden School) in Chicago, 
at the Gordon MiUtary School, Atlanta, Ga., at St. Albans School, 
Knoxville, 111., and at Smith Academy in St. Louis, Mo. He received 
his preparation for college at the last-named school, and was gradu- 
ated at Yale in 1903, with the degree of B.A. 

After graduation he was for several years clerk in a brokerage 
house, and later he was in charge of an estate. 

For three years he was a member of the First Corps Cadets, Massa- 
chusetts Volunteer MiUtia. He was also a member of the Society 
of Sons of the Revolution, the National Geographic Society, the 
Bostonian Society, and the National Fire Protection Association. 

He made several contributions to one or two semitechnical pub- 
Hcations, principally along the Unes of fire protection and fire pre- 
vention. 

Charles Allcott Flagg, M.A., B.L.S., of Bangor, Me., a resi- 
dent member since 1902, was born at Sandwich, Mass., 1 October 
1870, the son of Samuel Benjamin and Anna Bigelow (Allcott) 
Flagg, and died at Bangor 28 March 1920. He was a descendant 
of Thomas^ Flagg of Watertown, Mass., through Eleazer^ of Con- 
cord, Mass., Eleazer^ of Concord, Eleazer^ of Grafton, Mass., Samuel^ 
of Grafton, Joseph^ of Grafton, and Rev. Samuel Benjamin,^ his 
father, who was a Unitarian minister. 

He was educated in the pubUc schools of Bernardston, Mass., 
and at Powers Institute, Bernardston, 1883-84, at the Bridgewater 
(Mass.) High School, 1885-86, at Partridge Academy, Duxbury, 
Mass., 1887-1889, and was graduated at Bowdoin College in 1894. 
He attended the New York State Library School, 1895-1898, and 
received from the University of the State of New York in 1899 the 
degree of B.L.S. From the George Wasliington University (Wash- 
ington, D. C.) he received the degree of M.A. in 1902. 

After graduating from college in 1894 he was, for one year, prin- 
cipal of the Hopedale (Mass.) High School. In July 1896 he secured 
a civil service appointment as assistant in the New York State 
Library, and from that time made hbrary work his profession. In 
April *1899 he was placed in charge of the Department of History 
and Genealogy in the above-named Ubrary, with the title of sub- 
librarian. In May 1900 he resigned this place to accept a position 
in the Catalogue Division of the Library of Congress, which he held 
imtil 1913, when he became hbrarian of the Bangor (Me.) PubHc 
Library. 

His pubUshed works include an "Annotated List of the Principal 
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Asa Allcott," 1899, "Reference List on Connecticut Local History," 
1900, "Bibliography of New York Colonial History," 1901 (com- 
piled jointly with J. T. Jennings), "In Memoriam Samuel Benjamin 
Flagg," 1901, "The Descendants of Eleazer Flagg and his Wife, 
Huldah Chandler of Grafton, Mass.," with notices of many other 
famiUes, 1903, "The Descendants of Benjamin Rockwood, Sr., of 
Grafton, Mass.," 1905, "A Guide to Massachusetts Local History," 
1907, and various catalogues and indexes. 

He was a member of several library associations and historical 
societies, including the Maine Historical Society, and was a Republi- 
can and a Unitarian. 

Mr. Flagg married first, 21 June 1900, Harriett Dryden Valentine 
of East Orange, N. J., who died 28 April 1901, daughter of John Gill 
and Emma Augusta (Fiske) Valentine. Their only child, George 
Benjamin Flagg, was born in Washington, D. C, 26 April 1901, 
and died in New York City 12 May 1901. He married secondly, 
18 February 1909, Ethel M. Fhnder of Washington, D. C, by whom 
he had two children, Harriett Valentine and John Benjamin. 

Andrew McFarland Davis, S.B., A.M., of Cambridge, Mass., 
a life member since 1911, was born at Worcester, Mass., 30 De- 
cember 1833, the son of Gov. John and Ehza (Bancroft) Davis, 
and died at Cambridge 29 March 1920. He traced his descent from 
Dolor ^ Davis of Cambridge, Mass., through Samuel,^ Simon,^ Simon,'* 
Isaac,^ and Gov. John,^ his father; and his mother was a sister of 
George Bancroft, the historian. He was a younger brother of the 
late Hon. Horace Davis, A.B., LL.D., of San Francisco, Cal., a 
memoir of whom may be found in the Register, vol. 71, page Ivi. 

In 1854 he was graduated at the Lawrence Scientific School, 
Cambridge, with the degree of S.B., and in 1893 he received from 
Harvard University the honorary degree of A.M. He studied law, 
and was admitted both to the Massachusetts and the New York 
bars, but after a while he went to California, and there, with his 
brother Horace, engaged in manufacturing. Later he returned to 
Massachusetts and made his home in Cambridge, where he devoted 
his remaining years to antiquarian pursuits. 

Mr. Davis's pubUshed works include "Currency and Banking in 
the Province of Massachusetts Bay," 1900, "Tracts relating to the 
Currency of Massachusetts Bay," 1902, "The Confiscation of John 
Chandler's Estate," 1903, "Colonial Currency Reprints," "The 
Origin of the National Banking System," 1910, and "Certain Old 
Chinese Notes or Chinese Paper Money," 1915. 

He was a member of the Massachusetts Historical Society, the 
American Antiquarian Society, the Colonial Society of Massachu- 
setts, and the Cambridge Historical Society; and he was a fellow of 
the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, an honorary member 
of the Old Colony Historical Society and the Harvard Memorial 
Society, and a corresponding member of the Wisconsin Historical 
Society and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 

He married, 23 October 1862, Henrietta Parker Whitney, whom 
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Bancroft Gheradi Davis, A.B. (Harvard, 1885), A.M. and LL.B. 
(ih., 1888), of Boston, Eleanor W., widow of Professor Charles Robert 
Sanger, A.M., Ph.D., of Harvard University, Frederica K., now Mrs. 
Thomas R. Watson of Cambridge, and Horace Andrew Davis, A.B. 
(Harvard, 1891), A.M. and LL.B. (i6., 1894), of Brookline, Mass. 

^ Jonas Michael Miles, A.B., of Brookhne, Mass., a life member 
since 1909, was born at Brookline 27 November 1857, the son of 
Lowell Milton and Rebecca Bragdon (Chase) Miles, and died at 
Brookline 29 March 1920. He was a descendant of John^ Miles of 
Concord, Mass., through SamueP of Concord, SamueP of Concord 
and Shrewsbury, Mass., Thomas^ of Shrewsbury, Jonas Keyes^ of 
Shrewsbury, Jonas Maynard^ of Shrewsbury and Worcester, Mass., 
and Lowell Milton^ of Shrewsbury and Fitchburg, Mass., his father. 
On his mother's side he was seventh in descent from Aquila Chase 
of Newbury, Mass. 

His preparation for college was made in the public schools of 
Fitchburg, Mass. He was a member of the Class of 1878, Harvard 
University, and received the degree of A.B. in 1908, as of 1878. He 
read law in the office of Lauriston L. Scaife of Boston, and was ad- 
mitted to the Suffolk bar in June 1882. From that date until June 
1889 he practised his profession in Boston. He then took part in 
estabhshing the firm of Miles & Thompson, which was engaged at 
13 West Street, Boston, in the pubhcation and sale of music. He 
continued in this business from 1 July 1889 to 31 July 1898, and 
then resumed the practice of the law, in which he continued until 
31 July 1904, when he retired from active work. 

In 1909 Mr. Miles pubhshed a paper on "Taxation of Land 
Values," a subject on which he lectured in many places. He also 
pubhshed a pamphlet on ''Ground Rent and Taxes." His chief 
work, however, was the compihng of a genealogy of the descendants 
of John Miles of Concord, which has been published by C. E. Good- 
speed & Company, Boston, 1920. He was a member of the Twen- 
tieth Century Club of Boston and of the Single Tax League. 

His infancy and boyhood were passed at Brookhne and Fitch- 
burg, and his later years at Brookline and Concord. He married, 
16 January 1883, Lizzie B. James, daughter of Horace and Ehzabeth 
(Baxter) James of Brookline, who, with one son, Herbert James 
Miles, B.A.S. (Harvard, 1907), M.F. (ib., 1910), survives him. 

Julius Palmer, A.B., of Providence, R. I., a Pilgrim Tercentenary 
member since 1919, was born at Providence 20 July 1854, the son 
of John Simmons and Frances Maria (Prentice) Palmer, and died 
at Providence 29 March 1920. He traced his descent from Wilham^ 
Palmer of Pl3rmouth and Duxbury, who came to New England in 
the ship Fortune in 1621, through Wilham,^ who also as a boy came 
in the Fortune, Wilham^ of Plymouth, John^ of Dartmouth, Mass., 
Moses^ of Little Compton, R. I., Richard^ of Little Compton, Gideon^ 
of Little Compton, and John Simmons^ of Newport, R. L, his father. 
He was also a descendant of John Alden of the Mayflower. 

He was prepared for college in the pubhc schools and was gradu- 
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After graduation he entered, the employ of Pahner & Capron, 
manufacturing jewelers, the business having been established by 
his father in 1845 under the name of Palmer and Stave. In 1852 
Charles S. Capron became a member of the firm, which was known 
thenceforth as Palmer & Capron, the name under which th^ busi- 
ness has since been conducted, although Mr. Capron died in 1891, 
when JuUus Palmer became a partner. The firm was one of the old- 
est jewelry manufacturing firms in Providence, and was the first 
to open a New York office, estabhshing it at 20 Maiden Lane in 
1854. For nearly fifty-seven years it has carried on business at 
167 Dorrance Street. Juhus Palmer retired from the business in 
1916. 

In 1896-1902 JuHus Palmer was president of the Old National 
Bank of Providence, and from 1884 on he was a director of the 
Equitable Fire and Marine Insurance Company. He was a member 
of the corporation of the Rhode Island Hospital, the People's Sav- 
ings Bank, and the Homeopathic Hospital of Rhode Island. He 
belonged to the University and Squantum Clubs, and had a summer 
home at Warwick. R. I. 

He married, 16 October 1878, Jessie Fearing Richmond of Provi- 
dence, daughter of George Gilbert and Mary Rebecca Ames (Fear- 
ing) Richmond. His wife survives him, together with one son, John 
Simmons Palmer, 2d, and two daughters, Laura Richmond Palmer 
and Jessie Fearing Palmer. His son, John Simmons Palmer, 2d, 
succeeds him in his Pilgrim Tercentenary membership in the New 
England Historic Genealogical Society. 

Eugene Delano, M.A., of New York City, a Pilgrim Tercente- 
nary member since 1919, was born at Utica, N. Y., about 1844, and 
died in New York City 2 April 1920. 

He was educated at WilHams College, receiving the degree of 
B.A. with the Class of 1866 and later the degree of M.A. During 
the early part of his business career he was a merchant. In 1880 
he joined the Philadelphia banking house of Brown Brothers & 
Company, and in January 1894 he was made a partner. A year later 
he was transferred to the New York branch of the house, of which 
his brother-in-law, John Crosby Brown, was then senior member. 

Mr. Delano always gave active support to Williams College, 
served on the Board of Trustees for some twenty years, and aided 
in carrying out all pohcies tending to promote the growth of the 
College. He was deeply interested in the work of Dr. Wilfred T. 
Grenfell among the inhabitants of Labrador, and, as treasurer of 
the Grenfell Association of America, he helped in securing funds for 
this humanitarian cause. 

Mr. Delano was a trustee of the New York Association for Im- 
proving the Condition of the Poor, the Presbyterian Hospital, the 
New York Orthopedic Dispensary and Hospital, the New York City 
Mission, and the New York Institution for the Deaf and Dumb. 
He was also president of the Musical Arts Society and treasurer of 
the American iWaldensian Society. The only financial connections 
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in his own firm, were the vice presidency of the Seamen's Bank for 
Savings and the oflSce of trustee of the New York Life Insurance 
Company. He was a member of several clubs in New York and 
Philadelphia. 

He left two sons, Moreau Delano, who hved with his father and 
is a member of the banking firm, and Wilham Adams Delano of 
New York City, and also two daughters, Mrs. Augustus B. Wads- 
worth of Albany, N. Y., and Mrs. Charles W. McKelvey of New 
York City. 

Grant Walker, A.B., of Boston, a fife member since 1911 and a 
Pilgrim Tercentenary member since 1919, son of Nathaniel Walker, 
died in Boston 4 April 1920. 

He was graduated at Harvard with the Class of 1873, and soon 
became a prominent figure in mill circles. At one time he had a large 
interest in the Danvers Bleachery, and he was also a director in 
the Androscoggin Mills, the Bates Manufacturing Company, the 
Naumkeag Steam Cotton Company, the Warwick Mills, and the 
Library Bureau. He served also on the directorate of the Free Hos- 
pital for Women and St. Luke's Home for Convalescents, being a 
member of the executive committee of the last-named institution. 

He came of a family whose interest in the Episcopal Church in 
Massachusetts had been for years notably strong, his aunt having 
given the foundation fund for the Cathedral Church of St. Paul. 
For a number of years he was treasurer and a trustee of the Church 
of the Good Shepherd, but in more recent years he attended Emman- 
uel Church. He was a member of the Algonquin and University 
Clubs. 

He married, 7 June 1888, Mabel Shaw, who survives him. 

Samuel Tate Morgan, of Richmond, Va., a Pilgrim Tercentenary 
member since 1919, was bom in Wake County, N. C, 15 May 
1857, the son of Samuel Davidson and TaUthia Adaline (Tate) 
Morgan, and died at Richmond 16 April 1920. 

He attended Bingham's Mihtary School and Homer's MiUtary 
School, in North CaroUna, but left school at the age of seventeen 
to help his widowed mother on the Morgan plantation. 

In 1879 he moved to Durham, N. C, where he engaged in the grain 
and provision business and in the handhng of fertihzers. In 1881 
he organized the Durham FertiUzer Company, which grew into the 
Virginia-Carohna Chemical Company, the largest company of its 
kind in the world, with a paid-up capital of $46,000,000. In 1894 
Mr. Morgan moved to Richmond, where he became one of the most 
successful and philanthropic citizens. Besides being president of 
the great Chemical Company, he was a director of the Texas & 
Pacific Railway Company, the Merchants' Fire Assurance Cor- 
poration of New York, and the Simms Petroleum Company, and 
president of the Southern Cotton Oil Company and the Charleston 
(S. C.) Mining & Manufacturing Company. He was also a director - 
of the Merchants' National Bank, the Virginia Trust Company, 
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a member of the Westmoreland, Commonwealth, and Country- 
Clubs of Richmond and of the Calumet, Manhattan, and New York 
Yacht Clubs of New York. He was a member of the Baptist Church, 
and was prominent in the Democratic party. 

He married, 15 September 1875, Sally F. Thompson, daughter of 
Hon. George W. Thompson of Wake County, N. C, who survives 
him, together with two daughters and a son, Mrs. W. A. Rejoiolds, 
Mrs. Robert G. Cabell, and Samuel Tate Morgan, Jr. 

James Schouler, A.B., LL.D., of Boston, elected a resident 
member in 1886 and made a life member in 1911, was bom at West 
Cambridge (now Arhngton), Mass., 20 March 1839, the son of WilHam 
and Frances EUza (Warren) Schouler, and died at North Conway, 
N. H., 16 April 1920. 

In 1886 Mr. Schouler wrote: 

"My grandfather on the paternal side was James Schouler, from whom 
I am named. He came from Scotland to this country about 1817, and estab- 
lished cloth and silk print works at Staten Island and afterwards at Arling- 
ton. He had a wife; and of their four sons and two daughters some, like 
my father, were born in Scotland and the others in this country. These 
children all married and had children. This was the beginning of the family 
in this country." 

Mr. Schouler's father, William Schouler, was bom at Elilbarchan, 
near Glasgow, Scotland, 31 December 1814, and died 24 October 
1872. He was adjutant general of Massachusetts at the time of 
theCivHWar. 

Mr. Schouler was the eldest of five children, and received his early- 
education at a private school at Lowell, Mass., later at the Quincy 
School in Boston, where he was graduated as a Medal scholar, and 
then at the Boston Latin School and the Chauncy HaU School. His 
father moving to Ohio, he completed his preparation for college at 
the private school of Mr. Brooks in Cincinnati, after a few months' 
training with Rev. Mr. Hudson, also of Cincinnati. He entered 
Harvard College in 1855, and was graduated there in the Class of 
1859. His father moved back to Boston before the son finished his 
college course, and was identified with Massachusetts for the rest 
of his life. 

"When I left college," continued Mr. Schouler in 1886, "I had a vacant 
professorship in view in a New England College, and passed one year at 
St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H., in hterary studies while teaching. The 
professorship falling to another person, it was concluded best by me to 
study law; and in the fall of 1860 I entered the office of Geo. D. Guild, Esq., 
of Boston. . . . The breaking out of the War distracted my studies some- 
what, as my father wished me to help him at the State House with his 
correspondence." 

He was, however, admitted to the Suffolk bar in January 1862, 
and opened an office in Boston with another young lawyer, George 
E. Pond. The caU for troops in the summer of 1862 urged them both 
into the service. Mr. Pond went out as an officer in the Forty-fifth 
Massachusetts Volunteers; Mr. Schouler soon followed as a second 
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detailed to the United States Signal Corps. He had enlisted among 
the nine months' men, and on leaving the service he resimied the 
practice of the law by himself in the autumn of 1863. A great deal 
of business in war claims came to him immediately, and besides this 
he had considerable to do in the courts. In 1867 he was admitted 
to practice in the Supreme Court of the United States. 

**My tastes," he wrote, "inclined me to active professional life and public 
speakmg. But .a deafness which began in 1863 presently became so oppres- 
sive that I was forced to change somewhat my professional plans. It is, 
perhaps, for this reason, more than any other, that I have held no public 
station, and, although busy, have been a quiet man in my profession and 
course of life. ^ 

"My diversion to law and historical literature is explained sufficiently. 
In writing law books I have, so to speak, been giving myself a professional 
education and making up for the deficiencies in my earUer studies occasioned 
by war and the stirring events among which my youth was passed. I never 
had the advantages of study in a law school; but for the last three years 
have found a pleasant diversion in instructing there the rising youth. I 
am now [1886] a lecturer on law topics in Boston University Law School 
and the National University Law School at Washington." 

He was professor of law at Boston University from 1894 to 1902, 
nonresident professor of law at the National University, Washington, 
D. C, from 1888 to 1908, and from 1891 to 1908 he was a lecturer 
at the Johns Hopkins University. 

While in college Mr. Schouler was an editor of the Harvard Maga- 
zine, and from 1870 to 1873 he edited the United States Jurist at 
Washington. He did editorial work also on various law books, 
contributed articles to legal periodicals and to such magazines as 
the North American Review, and was the author of a number of 
notable legal text books, including "The Law of Domestic Relations,'' 
1 vol., 1870 ,"The Law of Personal Property," 2 vols., 1872, 1876, 
"The Law of Baihnents," 1 vol., 1880, "The Law of Husband and 
Wife," 1 vol., 1882, "The Law of Executors and Administrators," 
1 vol., 1883, and "The Law of Wills," 1900. He was also a dis- 
tinguished and eminent writer of history, his chief work of this 
nature being his "History of the United States," which extends, 
in seven volumes, from 1783 to 1877, the first volume appearing in 
1880. Among his other historical writings were a "Life of Thomas 
Jefferson," "Historical Briefs," "Alexander Hamilton," "Eighty 
Years of Union," "Americans of 1776," and "Ideals of the RepubUc." 

Professor Schouler received the honorary degree of LL.D. from 
the National University, Washington, D. C., in 1891 and from the 
Johns Hopkins University in 1902. He was a member of the Massa- 
chusetts Historical Society, the American Antiquarian Society, the 
Virginia Historical Society, the American Historical Association 
(of which he was president in 1897), and other learned societies. 
For many years past his summer home had been at Intervale, N. H. 

He married in Boston, 14 December 1870, Emily Fuller Cochran 
of Boston, who died 2 November 1904, daughter of Asa F. Cochran, 
a merchant doing business in New Orleans, and through her mother 
descended from a Fuller family of Milton and Dorchester, Mass. 
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Mrs. Jane Norton (Wigglesworth) Grew, of Boston, a life 
member since 1916, was bom in Boston 11 November 1836, the 
daughter of Edward and Henrietta May (Goddard) Wigglesworth, 
and died there 17 April 1920. 

She was educated in Professor Torrey's private school for girls 
in Boston. She was by inheritance and training a Unitarian, and 
was always greatly interested in the work of this denomination, being 
a member of the Federal Street Church, which later was moved 
to Arlington Street. 

She was interested also in many charities, including schools for 
both blacks and whites in the South. She was a director of the 
EHzabeth Peabody House Association for twenty-four years, from 
its beginnings until her death. She was a member of the Massa- 
chusetts Society of Colonial Dames. 

She was married, 20 October 1863, to Henry Sturgis Grew, who 
was born in Boston 23 June 1834 and died there 7 February 1910, 
son of Henry and EHzabeth Perkins (Sturgis) Grew and a resident 
member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society from 1904 
untU his death. After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Grew went to 
Hve in Shanghai, China, where Mr. Grew was a partner in the firm 
of Russell & Company and where they remained until 1867, when 
they returned to Boston. Of the six children who were born to them 
four are Hving: Edward Wigglesworth Grew, A.B. (Harvard, 1889), 
of Boston, Jane Norton, wife of John I^ierpont Morgan, A.B. (Har- 
vard, 1889), LL.D. (Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., 1918), of 
New York City, EHzabeth Sturgis, wife of Boylston Adams Beal, 
A.B. (Harvard, 1886), LL.B. {ib., 1892), of Boston and Nahant, 
and Henrietta Marian, wife of Stephen Van Rensselaer Crosby, A.B. 
(Harvard, 1891), of Boston. Their oldest child, Henry Sturgis 
Grew, was born and died in China, and another son also, Robert 
Sturgis Grew, died young. 

Cf. Memoir of Henry Stiirgia Grew, in Reoister, vol. 65, p. 1. 

Thomas Weston, M.A., of Newton, Mass., a resident member 
since 1884, was born at Middleborough, Mass., 14 June 1834, the son 
of Thomas and ThaHa (Eddy) Weston, and died at Newton 17 April 
1920. He was descended in the seventh generation from Edmund 
Weston of Duxbury in the Plymouth Colony, who came from London 
to Boston in the Elizabeth & Ann in 1635. 

He was prepared for coUege at Peirce Academy in Middleborough, 
but his health prevented him from pursuing a college course, although 
he afterwards received from Amherst College the honorary degree 
of M.A. He was a student at the Harvard Law School, 1858-1860, 
and was admitted to the bar in 1859. He began his professional 
career at Fall River, Mass., where he had a large practice, which ex- 
tended through the southwestern part of the State and into Rhode 
Island. He was counsel for the Old Colony Railroad for several 
years and for some of the large corporations in Fall River. In 1865 
he removed to Boston, where he continued the practice of his pro- 
fession until recent years. 

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a zealous worker in church and religious matters, exercising a strong 
influence for good in the community, particularly among young 
men. He was a lover and collector of books and was interested in 
antiquarian research. In September 1885 he read before the New 
England Historic Genealogical Society a paper on "Peter OHver, the 
last Chief Justice of the Superior Court of Judicature of the Province 
of Massachusetts Bay," which was repeated before the Bostonian 
Society in November 1885 and was pubUshed in the Register, 
vol. 40, pages 241-252 and 349-359. He contributed to the Register 
in 1887 (vol. 41, pages 285-296) an article entitled "The Descend- 
ants of Edmund Weston of Duxbury, Mass., for Five Generations," 
which was reprinted in separate form; and he also pubUshed a 
"History of the Town of Middleboro," 1906, and wrote many short 
articles for newspapers and magazines. 

He married, 16 October 1867, Ellen S. Childs, daughter of Otis 
Childs of Springfield, Mass., who, with two children, Grace Weston 
and Thomas Weston, Jr., A.B. (Harvard, 1895), LL.B. {ib,, 1899), 
survives him. 

JuLiEN Tappan Davies, A.M., LL.B., of Great River, Long Island, 
N. Y., a Pilgrim Tercentenary member since 1919, was bom in New 
York City 25 September 1845, the son of Judge Henry Ebenezer and 
Rebecca Waldo (Tappan) Davies, and died at the Massachusetts 
General Hospital in Boston 6 May 1920. 

He received his early education at the Mount Washington Col- 
legiate Institute, New York City, the Walnut Hill School, Geneva, 
N. Y., and the Charher Institute, New York. He served for a 
while as a private in the Twenty-second New York Volunteers in the 
Civil War, and took part in the Gettysburg campaign. He entered 
Columbia College, where he received the degree of A. B. in 1866, the 
degree of LL.B. in 1868, and that of A.M. in 1869. He read law also 
in the office of Alexander W. Bradford, and was admitted to the bar 
in 1867. On the death of Mr. Bradford he succeeded, under his will, 
to a part of the practice in his office, and later he was associated with 
his father. He became the senior member of the law firm of 
Davies, Auerbach & Cornell, and was counsel for the New York Ele- 
vated Railway, and for the Manhattan Railway Company from 1884 
to 1914. He was a trustee of the Mutual Life Insurance Company 
from 1882 on, a trustee of the Title Guarantee & Trust Company, 
and a director of the Bond and Mortgage Guarantee Company. In 
1886 he compiled the statutes and decisions of New York relating 
to taxation. From 1884 to 1893 he was receiver for the firm of Grant 
& Ward. 

He was also a director of the New York Throat, Ear and Lung 
Hospital, and a member of the Board of Missions of the Domestic 
and Foreign Missionary Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church. 
He was also a member of the St. Nicholas Society, the New York His- 
torical Society and other learned societies, and the Grand Army of 
the RepubHc. He belonged to the Union League, Metropohtan, 
University, and many other clubs, and his office was at 34 Nassau 
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He married, 22 April 1869, Alice Martin, daughter of Henry H. 
Martin, banker, of Albany, N. Y. 

Cf . Who's Who in America, 1920-1921. p. 717. 

Hon. Levi Parsons Morton, LL.D., of Rhinebeck, N. Y., a 
life member since 1871, was born at Shoreham, Vt., 16 May 1824, 
the son of Rev. Daniel OUver and Lucretia (Parsons) Morton, and 
died at Rhinebeck 16 May 1920. He was a descendant of George 
Morton, who came to Plymouth in New England in the Ann in 
1623. 

He attended the public schools and was graduated at Shoreham 
Academy. At the age of fourteen years he obtained employment 
in a general merchandise store at Enfield, Mass., where he remained 
until 1840, taught school at Boscawen, N. H., 1840-41, and became 
proprietor of a store at Hanover, N. H., in 1845. In 1850 he went to 
Boston and became a salesman for the dry goods firm of Beebe, 
Morgan & Company, later being admitted to partnership. In 1854 
he went to New York to manage the company's business in that 
city. There, three years later, the firm of Morton, Grinnell & Com- 
pany was organized, whose trade was chiefly with the Southern 
States. Soon after the outbreak of the Civil War the house was 
forced to suspend business and to settle with its creditors for fifty 
cents on a dollar, but a few years later Mr. Morton paid to every 
creditor the other fifty per cent of his original claim. 

In the course of his career as a banker, from 1863 on, he established 
the banking houses of L. P. Morton & Company (afterwards Mor- 
ton, Bhss & Company) of New York, and Morton, Rose & Company 
in London. It was by the house of Morton, Rose & Company, the 
fiscal agents of the United States Government from 1873 to 1884, 
and largely through the efforts of Mr. Morton, that a five per cent 
loan was floated in Europe, which enabled the United States to re- 
sume specie payments after the Civil War. He also founded the 
Morton Trust Company of New York, of which he was at one time 
president, and he served on the governing boards of other trust 
companies and several insurance companies. 

Mr. Morton was nominated for Congress in New York in 1876 
on the Republican ticket, but was not elected. Two years later he 
was again nominated, in the Sixth New York District, as a candidate 
for the Forty-sixth Congress (1879-1881), and was elected. In the 
Republican national convention of 1880, after General Garfield had 
been nominated for the Presidency, Mr. Morton was urged by mem- 
bers of the Ohio delegation to accept the second place on the ticket, 
but he dechned, and Chester Alan Arthur became the nominee of 
the convention and eventually President of the United States. 
Mr. Morton had been appointed by President Hayes honorary com- 
missioner to the Paris Exposition of 1878, and President Garfield 
appointed him minister to France in 1881. He held this post until 
1885, a worthy representative, both in diplomacy and in social 
aJEFairs, of the United States, and it fell to him to receive, in the 
name of the American people, Bartholdi's statue of Liberty Enlight- 
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date for the Republican nomination for United States Senator from 
New York, and in 1888 he accepted the nomination for Vice Presi- 
dent on the ticket with Mr. Harrison, for the term 1889-1893, and 
during these years held a prominent position in thepoUtical and 
social life of Washington. At the close of his term of office he went 
abroad for the benefit of his health, but he was soon caUed back 
into pohtics, bemg nominated and elected Governor of New York 
for the term 1895-96, his nomination in 1894, when the Repubh- 
can party was broken up by bitter factional contests, restoring party 
harmony in large measure. 

After retiring from pubUc life at the close of his term as governor 
Mr. Morton spent much of his time abroad, but passed several 
summers with his family at Beverly Farms, Mass.- 

He was counted among the wealthiest men in the United States, 
and his benefactions were numerous and widespread. As a me- 
morial to his daughter Lena, who died in Paris in 1904, Mr. Morton 
gave in 1905 $600,000 to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in 
New York, to be used for the building of the choir and the purchase 
of an organ. He was also a regular contributor to the campaign 
funds of the Repubhcan party. 

In 1881 Dartmouth College conferred on him the degree of LL.D., 
and in 1882 the same degree was bestowed on him by Middlebury 
College. Both institutions found in him a generous benefactor. 

He was a member of the New England Society of New York, of 
the Society of Mayflower Descendants, of the Society of the Sons of 
the American Revolution, and of the Metropolitan, Union League, 
and other clubs. His winter home was in Washington, D. C, and 
his country place was Ellershe, at Rhinebeck on the Hudson, N. Y. 

He married first, in 1866, Lucy Young Kimball of Flatlands, 
Long Island, who died at Newport in 1871, daughter of EHjah H. 
Kimball; and secondly, 12 February 1873, Anna Livingston Street, 
who died in August 1918, daughter of William I. Street and grand- 
daughter of Gen. Randall S. Street. His children, all by his second 
wife, were Edith Livingston, wife of WiUiam Corcoran Eustis, Lena, 
who died in 1904, Helen, former wife of the Comte de Perigord, 
Due de Valencay, Lewis, who died in London in 1878, Alice, wife 
of Winthrop Rutherford, and Mary. 

Rodney Prescott Wright, of Cambridge, Mass., a resident mem- 
ber since 1902, was bom at Westminster, Vt., 9 November 1841, 
the son of Alfred and Emily (Wright) Wright, and died at Cambridge 
28 May 1920. He traced his descent from Dea. Samuel^ Wright of 
Springfield and Northampton, Mass., through Lieut. Samuel,^ 
EHzur,* Azariah,* Capt. Azariah,^ Caleb,^ and Alfred,^ his father. 

He attended the pubhc and certain select schools at Westminster, 
and devoted the greater part of his early life to the study of music. 
In 1861 he came to Boston, to avail himself of the superior musical 
advantages of this city, and for five successive years he was both 
a student of and an instructor in music. 

In 1867 he was engaged by the Mason & Hamlin Organ Company , 
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capacity. In 1888 and 1889 he was employed by the HiUier Organ 
Company of London, England, as a foreman in their factory. After 
returning to Boston in 1890 he learned the art of regulating the action 
of pianos, an occupation which he followed for many years. 

Mr. Wright pubUshed several musical works, among which were 
''New Method for the Cabinet Organ," Boston, 1879, "The Song of 
Triumph, a Collection of Sacred and Secular Music, for Singing 
Schools, Conventions, and Church Choirs," Boston, 1881, and 
Wright and Palmer's "Volimtaries for the Church Organ," Boston, 
1882. He also had in preparation, in 1902, a genealogy and history 
of the Wright family, the descendants of Dea. SamueP Wright of 
Springfield, Mass. 

In 1878 Mr. Wright organized the Schubert Instrumental Club, 
which became successful in furhishing musical entertainment for 
lyceums, colleges, etc. He was a member of the Handel and Haydn 
Society and the Ceciha Society of Boston, the Novello Choir, London, 
England (for two years), and the Masonic fraternity at Putney, Vt. 

He married, 15 September 1891, Adelaide L. Bumham, daughter 
of George Washington and Mary Foster (Pratt) Burnham. There 
were no children of this union. 

Charles Milton Thatcher, of Middleborough, Mass., a resident 
member since 1908, was bom at Middleborough 19 December 1856, 
the son of Charles Tilden and Mary Ann (Alden) Thatcher, and died 
there 1 June 1920. He traced his descent from Anthony^ Thatcher 
of Marblehead, Mass., and Yarmouth in the Plymouth Colony, 
who arrived at Boston in the James in 1635, through John,^ John,^ 
Rev. Roland,* Lot^ (a soldier of the Revolution), Charles F.,* and 
Charles Tilden,' his father. On the maternal side he was a descendant 
of John Alden. 

H^ was educated in the pubUc schools of Middleborough, and 
attended the high school there for one year. 

In his younger days Mr. Thatcher was employed in the Bay 
State Straw Works, and then held various positions, being for a time 
purser on the steamboats of the Fall River Line. He had served as 
one of the constables of Middleborough and also as a special police 
officer, and for sixteen years he had been one of the Board of Over- 
seers of the Poor, being clerk of the Board for a great part of that time. 
From his long service he had acquired a vast store of knowledge 
about laws concerning paupers. He had also been in the real estate 
business. 

For many years he was deeply interested in genealogical matters, 
copied between eighteen and twenty thousand inscriptions in old burial 
places in southeastern Massachusetts, and traced out many family lines. 

He was a Baptist and a member of the Masonic fraternity. 

He married, 27 June 1883, Adelaide King Leonard, who survives 
him, daughter of Ezra Stiles and Christiana Nelson (Leonard) Leon- 
ard. They had no children. 

Mrs. Elizabeth (Severance) Buchan, of Sewickley, Pa., 
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burgh, Pa., 7 October 1857, the daughter of Samuel and Eliza (Miller) 
Severance, and died there 7 June 1920. Her paternal ancestors, 
Levi Severance, bom at Windsor, Vt., and his wife Hannah (Bird), 
bom at Dorchester, Mass., settled at Pittsburgh in the early years 
of the nineteenth century, and her father, Samuel Severance, was 
bom at Pittsburgh 28 October 1831. 

She attended public and private schools in Pittsburgh, was gradu- 
ated at the Pennsylvania Female College, and spent practically 
the whole of her quiet, uneventful Ufe in that city. She was a mem- 
ber of the Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. 

Her brother, . Frank Ward Severance of Glassport, Pa., succeeds 
her in her Pilgrim Tercentenary membership in the New England 
Historic Genealogical Society. 

Arthur Emlen Newbold, of Philadelphia, Pa., a Pilgrim Ter- 
centenary member since 1919, was bom at Jenkintown, Pa., in 
August 1859, the son of John S. and Anna P. Newbold, and died 
in Philadelphia 10 June 1920. 

He was a member of the Class of 1879 in the College Departnient of 
the University of Pennsylvania, but did not take a degree there. 
After leaving the University he was employed by his father's firm, 
W. A. Newbold, Son & Company, and was admitted to partnership 
in this firm in 1880. Later he became a partner in the banking firms 
of Drexel & Company of Philadelphia (with which he was connected 
up to his death), J. P. Morgan & Company of New York, and (in 
1905) Morgan, Harjes & Company of Paris. He was a director of 
the Philadelphia Savings Fund, the Insurance Company of North 
America, the Pennsylvania Company for Insurance on Lives and 
Granting Annuities, and the Commercial Trust Company. He 
was also treasurer of the War Conmiission of the Protestant Episco- 
pal Church, and was chosen one of the eight lajnnen of the .new 
Protestant Episcopal Council under which church afifairs are central- 
ized. He was a member of the Philadelphia and Rittenhouse Clubs 
and of the Union League and Union Clubs of New York. 

Mr. Newbold married Harriet Dixon, who survives him, together 
with two sons and two daughters, Arthur E. Newbold, Jr., A.B. 
(Harvard, 1909), LL.B. (University of Pennsylvania, 1912), 
Fitz-Eugene Newbold, Mrs. Hermann Krumbhaar, and Dorothy, 
wife of Lothrop Ritchie. A brother, John S. Newbold, and two 
sisters, Mrs. Beauveau Borie, Jr., and Mrs. WiUiam J. Taylor, all of 
Philadelphia, also survive him. 

Frank Palmer McIntyre, of Springfield, Mass., a resident mem- 
ber since 1905, was born at Warren, Me., 2 July 1845, the son of 
Robert and EUzabeth Jane (Gerrish) McIntyre, and died at Spring- 
field 11 June 1920. He was a descendant of William McIntyre of 
Warren, Me., who died in 1758, through John of Warren, Robert of 
Gushing, Me., Palmer of Warren, and Robert of Boston, his father. 

He was educated in the common schools and academy of Warren, 
at the academy at Thomas ton. Me., and at Kent's Hill Academy. 

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furnishings in Taunton, Worcester, and Boston, Mass. In 1870 
he entered raikoad work as chief clerk in the general office at Boston 
of the Detroit, Lansing & Lake Michigan Railroad Company and of 
the Atchison & Nebraska Railroad Company, and continued with 
these companies until 1880. From 1880 to 1895 he was chief clerk 
in the accounting and treasury department at Boston of the Mexican 
Central Railway Company, Limited, and from 1895 to 1904 he was 
purchasing agent of the same company, with offices successively 
in Boston, New York, and St. Louis, Mo. In 1907 he became as- 
sociated with the New England Investment and Securities Company 
and affiliated companies as a clerk, and about a year later was made 
secretary. He was also secretary of the Springfield Street Rail- 
way Company and the Worcester Consolidated Street Railway 
Company. 

During twenty-five years of business life in Boston he resided at 
Newton Centre, Mass., where he was actively connected with the 
Baptist Church, serving for a long time as its clerk and acting on 
various committees and as an officer of its Bible school. 

Mr. Mclntyre was deeply interested in genealogy and collected 
much material on the history of the Mclntyre and Palmer families. 
He was also a member of the Connecticut Valley Historical Society. 

He married, 13 November 1872, Amelia Bigelow Wilmarth of 
Taunton, Mass., who survives him, daughter of Learned and Priscilla 
(Balcom) Wilmarth. They had no children. A brother, Benjamin 
E. Mclntyre of Waltham, Mass., also survives him. 

Arthur Clarence Walworth, M.A., of Newton, Mass., a resi- 
dent member since 1904, was born in Boston 29 April 1844, the son 
of James Jones and Elizabeth Chickering (Nason) Walworth, and 
died at Newton 23 June 1920. He was a descendant of William^ 
Walworth of Groton, Conn., who migrated from England to Fisher's 
Island in 1690, through William^ of Groton, Capt. Charles^ of Canaan, 
N. H., George* of Canaan, and James Jones' of Boston, his father. 

He was graduated at the Boston Latin School in 1862 and entered 
Yale College, where he received the degree of B.A. in 1866 and the 
degree of M.A. in course in 1869. After taking his bachelor's degree 
at Yale he was a student at the Lawrence Scientific School, Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 1866-1868, and then studied engineering at the 
£cole de Fonts et Chauss^es in Paris. 

Mr. Walworth's father was the head of the well-known Wal- 
worth Manufacturing Company, and in 1870 the son became a 
mechanical engineer in the employ of that company, remaining with 
it until 1887, when he established and became president of the Wal- 
worth Construction Company of Boston, now the Walworth-English- 
Flett Company. In 1896 he became president of the Malleable Iron 
Fittings Company of Branford, Conn., and held this office until his 
retirement from active business several years ago. 

Mr. Walworth was a man of broad interests. He was a tireless 
worker in his chosen profession of engineering, and his activities 
reached far beyond this into the field of pubUc and social service. 
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He helped to secure a large and beautiful tract of land for a public 
playground, he served in the Common Council under the old form 
of city government, and in 1887 and 1888 he was a representative 
from Newton in the lower branch of the Massachusetts Legislature. 
He was a keen student and lover of art, music, and letters, an active 
member of the Congregational Church, and in poUtics a Repubhcan. 

At Yale he was a member of the Delta Kappa Epsilon and the 
Scroll and Key Society. Later he was class secretary of the Yale 
Alumni Fund, president of the Boston Yale Club, an incorporator 
of the University Club of Boston, and a trustee of Atlanta University. 
In his younger days he was a captain in the Massachusetts Volunteer 
MiUtia. He was a member of various organizations of professional 
engineers, of several patriotic societies, such as the Society of the 
Order of the Founders and Patriots of America, the Society of May- 
flower Descendants, and the Society of the Sons of the American 
Revolution, and of the Exchange Club, the Brae Bum Coimtry Club, 
and other business and social clubs. 

He married at Newton, 12 December 1872, Mary Frances Colby 
of Newton, who survives him, together with four sons and two 
daughters, James Jones Walworth, B.A. (Yale, 1895), B.D. (New- 
ton Theological Institution, 1900), of Branford, Conn., Arthur 
Clarence Walworth, Jr., B.A. (Yale, 1897), S.B. (Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, 1900), of Newton, Gardner Colby Wal- 
worth, B.A. .(Yale, 1900), of Newton, George Roberts Walworth, 
Ph.B. (Brown, 1903), of Lynn, Mass., Florence Walworth, now Mrs. 
George Horace Williams of Newton, and M. Louise Walworth of 
Newton. 

Of. The Newton Graphic of 2 July 1920. 

Charles Edward Cotting, of Boston, a life member since 1904, 
was born at Brookline, Mass., 2 August 1856, the son of Charles 
Uriah and Susan Cordelia (Delano) Cotting, and died at Manchester, 
Mass., 5 July 1920. His father, Charles Uriah Cotting, was the 
son of Amos (born in Marlborough, Mass., in 1797) and Harriet 
(Tut tie) Cotting and grandson of Amos and Dianah Cotting. 

In his business career he was connected as a director or trustee 
with many financial institutions, including numerous Boston trust 
companies and various real estate trusts. 

He married, 25 April 1888, Ruth Stetson Thompson, daughter of 
Francis and Ruth Stetson (Welch) Thompson, who survives him, 
together with one son, Charles Edward Cotting, Jr., A.B. (Harvard, 
1911). 

Mrs. Sarah Jane (Hale) Hayward, of Newton Highlands, 
Mass., elected a resident member in 1914 and made a Hfe member 
in 1919, was bom at Westbrook, Me., 30 December 1845, the daugh- 
ter of Joseph Wycom and Lucy Kent (Green) Hale, and died at 
Newton Highlands 28 July 1920. She was a descendant of Thomas^ 
Hale of Newbury, Mass., through Thomas,^ Samuel,^ Samuel,^ 
Ehphalet,^ Samuel,* and Joseph Wycom,^ her father. 

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ried, 11 June 1879, to Albert Francis Hay ward, who died in May 
1899, son of Daniel Leach and Hannah (Fobes) Hayward. Imme- 
diately after their marriage they took up their residence at Newton 
Highlands. Mr. Hayward was prominently identified with the con- 
fectionery business in Boston, being one of the founders of the firm 
of Fobes, Hayward & Company, and becoming later president of 
the New England Confectionery Company. Mr. and Mrs. Hayward 
had no children. 

Mrs. Hayward was active in the Congregational Church and its 
work and in the women's societies of the parish. She belonged to 
the Massachusetts Society of the Daughters of the Revolution, and 
was also a member of the Newton Highlands Woman's Club and the 
Social Science Club of Newton. 

Hon. Henry Harrison Sprague, A.M., of Boston, a resident 
member since 1873, was bom at Athol, Mass., 1 August 1841, the 
son of George and Nancy (Knight) Sprague, and died in Boston 28 
July 1920. An ancestor of the Sprague family to which he belonged 
was one of the first settlers of Charlestown, Mass., and the family 
has been prominent there since early Colonial days. 

He entered Harvard College, where he received the degree of A.B. 
in 1864 and the degree of A.M. in course in 1867. He was a student 
in the Harvard Law School, 1865-66, and in the offices of Henry 
.W. Paine of Boston, and was admitted to the Suffolk bar in February 
1868. He then took up the practice of law in Boston. 

Interested in pubUc affairs, Mr. Sprague was induced to enter 
pontics, and served as a member of the Boston Common Council, 
1874-1876, the Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1881-1883, 
and the Massachusetts Senate, 1888-1891, being president of the 
Senate in 1890-91. He was chairman of the commission to revise 
the election laws of Massachusetts and chairman of the MetropoHtan 
Water Board from its estabUshment in 1895 until it was consoUdated 
with the Sewerage Commission in 1901, and then he served as chair- 
man of the MetropoHtan Water and Sewerage Board until January 
1914, when the condition of his health compelled him to withdraw 
from this office. 

He was interested also in charitable and educational work, and 
was a trustee of the Boston City Hospital for nearly thirty years, 
at one time a trustee and vice president of the Boston Lying-in 
Hospital, and secretary and trustee of the Massachusetts Charitable 
Fire Society, 1883-1914. For six years (1890-1896) he was a mem- 
ber of the Board of Overseers of Harvard College, and at one time 
he was one of the trustees holding the building of the Women's 
Educational and Industrial Union. He served as president and vice 
president of the Boston Civil Service Reform Association and as 
secretary (1867-1879) and vice president (1879-1909) of the Boston 
Young Men's Christian Union. 

Mr. Sprague was the author of "Women under the Law of Massa- 
chusetts," 1884, 1903, ''City Government in Boston," 1890, ''Water 
Supply and Work of the MetropoUtan Water Board," prepared for 
the Paris Exposition, 1900, "A Brief History of the Massachusetts 



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Charitable Fire Society," 1903, to which in the following year a 
supplement was added, ''The Story of a New England Town," 
1904, which related to his native place, Athol, and "The Founding 
of Charlestown by the Spragues," 1910. 

He was a member of the Bostonian Society, the Harvard Law 
School Association, the Boston Bar Association, and the Massa- 
chusetts Bar Association, and his clubs included the Union, St. 
Botolph, Tavern, and Unitarian. 

He married, 3 June 1897, Charlotte Sprague Ward of Boston, who 
survives him. He left no children. 

Thomas Upham Coe, A.M., M.D., of Bangor, Me., elected a 
resident member in 1910 and made a hfe member in 1911, was 
born at Northwood, N. H., 8 December 1837, the son of Eben and 
Mary (Upham) (Barker) Coe, and died at Kineo, Me., 31 July 
1920. He was descended from Robert^ Coe, who, with his wife and 
children, arrived in Boston in the ship Francis, from Ipswich, Eng- 
land, in 1634, and after a brief stay at Watertown, Mass., went to 
Wethersfield, Conn., later to Stamford, Conn., and finally settled 
on Long Island. The line of descent from Robert^ Coe was through 
Robert,^ Capt. John,^ Capt. Joseph,* Dea. Joseph,^ Rev. Curtis,® 
and Eben,^ his father. The English ancestry of Robert^ Coe has 
been traced back for several generations by J. Gardner Bartlett in 
''Robert Coe, Puritan," a comprehensive genealogy of the ancestors 
and descendants of the founder of the New England family, which 
was pubHshed in Boston in 1911. 

When he was eight years old, his parents removed (in 1846) to 
Bangor, which was his home from that time on. He attended the 
public schools of Bangor, and was prepared there for Bowdoin Col- 
lege, where he received the degree of A.B. in 1857 and the degree of 
A.M. in course in 1860. He then studied medicine at the Jefferson 
Medical College in Philadelphia, from which he received the degree 
of M.D. in 1861. He continued his medical studies for two years 
(1861-1863) at Paris, where he attended hospital chnics and lectures 
at the £cole de Medicine. 

In 1864 he returned to Bangor, and there began the active practice 
of medicine, which he continued uninterruptedly until about 1880. 
He then withdrew from the practice of his profession, in order to 
give more time and attention to the large financial and business in- 
terests with which he was associated. 

He was the owner of large tracts of timber land in Maine and New 
Hampshire and of valuable real estate in Bangor and other places, 
and was a director in various banks, trust companies, railroads, and 
other corporations in Bangor and elsewhere in eastern Maine. 

Although entirely without ambition in the field of poUtics, Dr. Coe 
took great interest in local affairs and served his city in a number of 
important posts, such as membership on the city School and Water 
Boards and on the Board of Trustees of the Bangor Public Library. 
He was also president of the Bangor Opera House Association. 

Dr. Coe was a member of the Maine Historical Society, the Bangor 
Historical Society, the National Geographic Society, the American 



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Association for the Advancement of Science, and the Academy of 
PoUtical and Social Science. He was vice president for Maine of the 
Coe Association, and the expense of preparing and publishing the 
history of the ancestors and descendants of Robert^ Coe was borne 
largely by him. 

Dr. Coe gave of his great wealth unstintingly. Bowdoin College 
was the recipient of his generosity, his most substantial gift to the 
institution being the Dudley Coe Memorial Infirmary, which he 
completely equipped and endowed in memory of his only child, 
Dudley Coe, who died in 1887 in his fourteenth year. Bangor in- 
stitutions, also, benefited by his gifts. 

He married at Bangor, 23 May 1867, Sada Loantha*^ Harthorn, 
who survives him, daughter of Paul Dudley and Loantha (Wyman) 
Harthom. 

Rev. Charles Lewis Hutchins, M.A., D.D., of Concord, Mass., 
a resident member from 7 AprU 1875 to 31 December 1880, and again 
from 1918 until his death, was bom at Concord, N. H., 5 August 
1838, the son of George and Sarah Rolfe (Tucker) Hutchins, and 
died at Concord, Mass., 17 August 1920. On his father's side he 
was descended from ancestors who did good service in the Colonial 
and Revolutionary Wars. 

He was prepared for college at Philhps Academy, Andover, Mass., 
was graduated at WilHams College with the Class of 1861, and re- 
ceived the degree of M.A. from WiUiams in 1864 and from Trinity 
College, Hartford, Conn., in 1865. In the last-mentioned year, also, 
he was graduated at the General Theological Seminary in New York. 
The degree of D.D. was conferred upon him by three institutions, 
by Griswold College in 1884, by the University of the South in 1899, 
and by Williams College in 1906. 

He served his diaconate in the Church of the Holy Communion, 
New York City, and in 1865 was ordained to the priesthood of the 
Protestant Episcopal Church. He was rector of St. John's Church, 
Lowell, Mass., from 1865 to 1869, assistant rector in St. Paul's 
Church, Buffalo, N. Y., 1869-1872, and rector of Grace Church, 
Medford, Mass., from 1872 to 1890. He was assistant secretary of 
the House of Deputies of the General Convention of the Protestant 
Episcopal Church, 1871-1874, and 1877-1904, and then became sec- 
retary. He was a deputy to the General Convention of 1904, a 
trustee of the General Theological Seminary, 1880-1913, and a 
trustee of the Massachusetts Aged Clergy Fund. He was president 
of the Massachusetts Choir Guild from 1884 to 1904, being one 
of the first to become interested in the establishment of boy choirs. 
It was largely through his efforts that these choirs found favor in 
the Church. 

He edited a number of books of church music, including "The 
Church Hymnal," 1870, 1872, 1880, 1894, "The Sunday School 
Hymnal," 1871, 1875, "Annotations of the Hymnal," 1872, "Sunday 
School Hymnal and Service Book," 1880, "Voices of Praise," 1883, 
"One Hundred Short and Easy Anthems," 1883, "The Parish Choir 
Psalter," 1890, "Chant and Service Book," 1894, "Morning and 



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Evening Canticles and Psalter," 1896, of which only twelve copies 
were printed, "The Pointed Prayer Book," 1896, "The Church 
Psalter," 1897, and "Carols Old and Carols New," 1916. He also 
edited thirty-five volumes of the Parish Choir Weekly, 1874-1918. 

Dr. Hutchins was a member of the Society of Colonial Wars in 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and was chaplain general of 
the General Society of Colonial Wars, 1915-1918, vice president of 
the Massachusetts Agricultural Club, 1909-1915, and its presi- 
dent, 1915-1919, and a member of the Union Club of Boston, the 
WilUams Club, and the University Club of New York. 

He married, 4 October 1866, Mary Groom of Boston, who sur- 
vives him, ^together with a son, Gordon Hutchins, A.B. (Harvard, 
1902), and a daughter, Mrs. Walter K. Shaw, both of Concord, 
Mass. 

Of. Who's Who in America, 1920-1921 ^ p. 1454. 

Mrs. Clara Willma (Smith) Woodsome, of Everett, Mass., a 
resident member since 1918, was bom at HolHs, Me., 18 August 
1852, the daughter of Samuel Bunnell and Mary Olive (Googins) 
Smith, and died at Chautauqua, N. Y., 17 August 1920. 

She was educated at schools in HoUis and Saco, Me., at the 
Limerick (Me.) Academy, and at the Kent's Hill (Me.) Seminary. 

She was married, 29 November 1882, to Andrew Jackson Wood- 
some, son of Peter and Lucre tia Woodsome. They had no children. 

Mrs. Salome Jane (Abbott) Marland, of Maiden, Mass., 
elected a resident member in 1916 and made a life member in 1919, 
was born at Andover, Mass., 16 October 1850, the daughter of 
George Lewis and Sarah Maria (Stevens) Abbott, and died at Mai- 
den 18 August 1920. She traced her descent from George^ and 
Hannah (Chandler) Abbott of Andover in two Unes, one through 
Benjamin'^ and Sarah (Famum) and Benjamin^ and Mary (Carlton), 
and the other through George^ and Dorcas (Graves) and George^ 
and Mary (PhiUips), all of Andover. The two Hues were united by 
the marriage of lieut. Benjamin'* of HoUis, N. H., son of Benjamin,^ 
with EUzabeth,* daughter of George,^ and the line of descent was 
continued by George^ and Naomi (Tuttle) of HolUs, N. H., WilHam^ 
of Andover and Rachel (Cochran) (Abbot), widow of Joseph B. 
Abbot of the family of George Abbot of Rowley, Mass., and George 
Lewis^ and Sarah Maria (Stevens) of Andover, her parents. The 
Abbott family was among the founders of Andover. Mrs. Marland 
numbered also among her ancestors the Emersons and PhiUipses. 

She was educated in private schools, at the Punchard Free School, 
and at the Abbot Academy in Andover. 

She was married at Andover, 20 October 1870, to Maj. Wilham 
Marland, who was born in 1839 and died in 1905, son of Wilham 
Sykes and Sarah (Northey) Marland. He was one of the color 
bearers in the old Sixth Massachusetts Regiment in its memorable 
march through Baltimore in 1861. For gallantry during his service 
in the Civil War Major Marland not only received the Congressional 
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was for many years a warden of Christ Church (Protestant Epis- 
copal). In 1902, because of his illness, the family moved to Griffin, 
Ga., and Major Marland died three years later. After her husband's 
death Mrs. Marland divided her time between the homes of her two 
daughters, Mrs. George T. Bradbury (Helen Marland) of Maiden 
and Mrs, James R. Littleton (Mary King Marland), wife of Dr. 
Littleton, a former mayor of Griffin, Ga. 

She was a member of St. George's Church (Protestant Episcopal) 
at Griffin, where she was also formerly regent of Pulaski Chapter, 
Daughters of the American Revolution. She was also one of the found- 
ers of Phoebe Foxcroft Phillips Chapter, Daughters of the Revolu- 
tion, at Andover, and was much interested in genealogical work. 
With her two sisters Mrs. Marland started the movement in Andover 
which resulted in the reservation of Indian Ridge of that town for 
a pubHc park. 

Her first child, Abby Billings Marland, died in infancy; her third 
child, George Abbott Marland, died in 1916, in his thirty-eighth year; 
but her two daughters, who are named above, survive her. 

Walter Clark Winchester, of Grand Rapids, Mich., elected a 
Pilgrim Tercentenary member in 1920, was born at Grand Rapids 
15 December 1859, the son of Samuel A. amd Rebecca Winchester, 
and died there 28 August 1920. He was a descendant of John^ 
Winchester, who came to New England in the Elizabeth in 1635 and 
settled finally at Muddy River (now Brobkhne), Mass. His father 
removed from New Hampshire to Michigan a few years before the 
son's birth. 

He was educated in the pubhc schools of Grand Rapids, and, after 
a course in a business college, entered the employ of Henry S. Smith, 
who was engaged in the manufacture of agricultural tools, soda, 
and alum. In 1882 he left the employ of Mr. Smith and began his 
career in the lumber business at Wyman, Mich. In the autumn 
of 1883 he returned to Grand Rapids and became secretary of the 
Rumsey Lumber Company. In 1885 he joined with Mr. A. J. Daniels, 
and under the firm name of Winchester & Daniels they carried on 
successfully for a number of years a general lumber business. Dur- 
ing this period the office of the firm was moved to Grand Rapids. 
Mr. Winchester finally purchased the interest of Mr. Daniels and 
conducted the business under the name of the Mecosta Lumber 
Company. In 1899 the Foster- Winchester Company was organized 
with Mr. Winchester as secretary, and was successfully conducted 
by Mr. Winchester until 1906. In addition to his lumber business, 
his chief occupation, Mr. Winchester was at various times con- 
nected with other companies, such as the Gibson Refrigerator 
Company at Greenville. Mich., the Consumers' Ice Company, the 
City Trust and Savings Bank, the Michigan Timber Company, 
the Vilas County (Wis.) Lumber Company, the Wilmarth Show- 
case Company, the Van Keulan-Winchester, Mackenzie River, 
and Turtle Lake Limiber Companies, all of Grand Rapids, and the 
Lumberman's Bank of Portland, Oreg. 

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Christian Association and also of foreign missions in Korea and 
Japan, after he had visited those countries and had ascertained the 
good that was accomphshed by the missionaries. He made many- 
trips to Europe and to the Tropics, and even journeyed around the 
world. 

He married, 18 October 1883, Adelaide F. Whitfield of Grand 
Rapids, who survives him. 

Franklin Barnard, of Brookline, Mass., a resident member since 
1916, was bom at Shelbume, Mass., 7 September 1837, the son of 
Ira and Polly (Fisk) Barnard, and died at Gloucester, Mass., 31 
August 1920. He was a descendant of Francis^ and Hannah (Marvin) 
Barnard of Hartford, Conn., and Hadley, Mass., through Joseph^ 
and Sarah (Strong), John' and Bridget (Cook), John^ and Ruth 
(Catlin), David^ and Rhoda (Allen), and Ira^ and Polly (Fisk), 
his parents. 

He was educated at the Shelbume Falls Academy and at Willis- 
ton Seminary, Easthampton, Mass. 

He taught school in Franklin County, Mass., served in the Civil 
War in the One Hundred and Forty-fifth Ohio Regiment, and then 
came to Boston to enter the insurance business. He was of the firm 
of Bamard Brothers, general agents for the Penn Mutual Life In- 
surance Company of Philadelphia, and from 1887 to 1894 he was 
secretary of the Boston Life Underwriters' Association. He retired 
from business in 1906. 

He was a member of the Boston Art Club, the Algonquin Club, 
the Historical Society of Greenfield, Mass., the Society of Colonial 
Wars, the Society of Sons of the Revolution, and the Society of the 
Order of the Founders and Patriots of America. 

He married, 23 January 1873, Mary Eloise Hall, who died in 1890, 
daughter of Richardson and Sybella (Hale) Hall. They had no 
children. 

Marvin Ansel Dean, of Evanston, 111., a Pilgrim Tercente- 
nary member since 1919, was bom at Canaan, Conn., 13 November 
1852, the son of Henry and Almira (Munson) Dean, and died at 
Evanston 5 September 1920. He traced his ancestry from William 
Dean of Dedham, Mass., through John, EU of Canaan, Conn., 
and Henry of Canaan, his father. 

He was educated in the pubhc schools of Canaan, but left school 
at an early age to take a position in the Falls Village (Conn.) Savings 
Bank, of which he later became treasurer. He was prominent in the 
banking business in that State, and served several terms as secretary 
of the State Bankers' Association. 

In 1878 he went to the West and settled in Sparta, Wis., where 
he conducted a retail grocery store until 1880. Then, on account 
of his wife's health, he moved to Chicago, 111., and became book- 
keeper with Sprague, Warner & Company, importers, manufacturers, 
and wholesale grocers. He remained with this company until his 
death. In 1896, upon the incorporation of the company, he was 
made a director and secretary, and was successively treasurer, chair- 






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man of the Board of Directors and treasurer, and, at the time of his 
death, chairman of the Executives and treasurer. 

Mr. Dean held an important place in the commercial world, and 
was a generous giver to many charities. He was deacon and later 
deacon emeritus of the First Congregational Church of Evanston, 
and was a member of the Union League Club of Chicago. 

He married, 31 December 1876, Carrie Augusta Canfield of Falls 
Village, Conn., daughter of William Joseph and Frances Caroline 
(Caul) Canfield, who survives him, together with two children, Wil- 
liam Dwight Dean of Chicago and Frances CaroUne, wife of Robert 
Jared Bassett of Evanston. The eldest child, Elva Canfield, died 
in infancy. " 

Warren Delano, S.B., of Barrytown, N. Y., a J^ilgrim Ter- 
centenary member since 1919, was born at Newburgh, N. Y., 11 
July 1852, the son of Warren and Catherine Robbins (Lyman) 
Delano, and died at Barrytown 9 September 1920. He was a de- 
scendant of Phihppe^ de Lannoy, who was baptized at Leyden, Hol- 
land, 7 December 1603, arrived at Plymouth in New England in the 
Fortune 9 November 1621, and married Hester Dewsbury, through 
Jonathan^ and Mercy (Warren), Thomas' and Jane (Peckham), 
Ephraim* and Ehzabeth (Cushman), Warren^ and Deborah Perry 
(Church), and Warren® and Catherine Robbins (Lyman), his parents. 
His father was bom in 1809 in what is now Fairhaven, Mass. 

He received his early education at Brattleboro, Vt., 1864-65, at 
Cambridge, Mass., 1865-1867, and at Celle, Hanover, Germany, 
1867-1870. He was graduated from the Lawrence Scientific School, 
Cambridge, in 1874, receiving there the degree of S. B. 

He followed the profession of mining engineer, acting at various 
times as superintendent, manager, and, more recently, as coal 
operator and railroad director. He had large mining interests in 
Pennsylvania, and was president of the Delano Coal Company, 
with offices in New York City . 

He was a lover of horses, and his stable at his Barrytown summer 
home was one of the finest in Dutchess County. He made a specialty 
of breeding Norwegian and Swedish horses. He was one of the direc- 
tors of the Springfield Park Association, and maintained that the 
draught horse would never be supplanted by the automobile for 
short-distance hauls. 

Mr. Delano married, 11 July 1876, Jennie Walters, daughter of 
WiUiam Thompson and Ellen (Harper) Walters, who survives him, 
together with five children, Lyman, Ellen Walters, Laura Franklin, 
Jean Walters, and Sara. Two other children died young. 

Frederick Washington Story, A.B., of Baltimore, Md., a cor- 
responding member since 1880, was born in Boston 5 January 1852, 
the son of Isaac and Ehzabeth Bowen (Woodberry) Story, and died 
in Baltimore 14 September 1920. He traced his descent from 
Elisha^ Story of Boston, through WiUiam^ and Ehzabeth (Marion), 
Dr. Ehsha' and Mehitable (Pederick), Isaac* and Sally Martin 
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parents. Associate Justice Joseph Story, A.M., LL.D., of the United 
States Supreme Court, was his granduncle, and among his ancestors 
were many eminent residents of Boston, Marblehead, and Beverly, 
Mass. 

He was graduated at the Somerville (Mass.) High School in 1869 
and at Harvard College in 1873. He studied law under his father 
from 1873 to 1875, and was admitted to the Suffolk bar in 1875. 
In December 1876 he went to Baltimore, and, after giving much of 
his time for two or three years to tutoring, entered in 1879 the ofl5.ce 
of Hinkley & Morris, attorneys and counsellors at law, in Baltimore, 
and in 1880 was admitted to the Maryland bar. He remained with 
Hinkley & Morris until August 1894, when he formed a law partner- 
ship with William Perm Lewis, Jr., their business consisting chiefly 
of conveyancing and equity practice. In February 1896 Mr. Story 
became examiner of titles for the city of Baltimore 
^Besides attending diUgently to his professional duties, he took 
great pleasure in collecting important historical materials, was a tire- 
less student and writer, and one of the most industrious members 
of the Maryland Historical Society. He was a Republican and an 
Episcopahan. 

Mr. Story married AUne Keys of Baltimore, who survives him, 
together with a son, F. W. Marion Story. . Professor WiUiam Ed- 
ward Story, A.B. (Harvard, 1871), Ph.D. (University of Leipsic, 
1875), formerly of the John Hopkins University, now of Clark 
University, Worcester, Mass., a distinguished mathematician, is his 
brother. 

Mrs. Marietta (Peirce) Bailey, of ArHngton, Mass., a resident 
member since 1912, was born at West Cambridge (now ArHngton), 
Mass., 4 September 1841, the daughter of John A. P. and Mary 
Ame (Locke) Peirce, and died at ArUngton 16 September 1920. 
Her great-grandfather was Capt. Solomon Peirce of Lexington, Mass., 
and her grandfather was Jonas Peirce. On her mother's side she was 
descended from Capt. Benjamin Locke of Cambridge, of Revolu- 
tionary fame. 

She was married, 4 January 1863, to James Alderson Bailey, who 
was born in England 6 September 1836. He joined the militia in 
1856, and was one of those who responded to President Lincoln's 
first call for troops in 1861, enUsting as a sergeant in Co. E, Fifth 
Massachusetts Volunteers.- He received a medal from his State. 

Mrs. Bailey was much interested in genealogy, and devoted several 
years to compiling a history of the descendants of Solomon Peirce, 
which made a volume of 181 pages and was pubHshed in 1912. She 
was also secretary of the Peirce Family Association and a member 
of the Arhngton Historical Society. 

She was active in the Unitarian Church of Arlington, and was a 
life member of the American Unitarian Association. 

Five children survive her: Amy Etta Bailey, James Alderson 
Bailey, A.B. (Harvard, 1888), A.M. and LL.B. (z6., 1891), Esther 
BaUey, A.B. (Wellesley College, 1891), John Winslow Bailey, D.M.D. 
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George Tilley Rice, of Westwood, Mass., a life member since 
1912, was bom in the Isle of Wight, England, 4 July 1873, the son 
of Francis B. and Sally B. (Austin) Rice, and died at Westwood 20 
September 1920. 

He was brought to America in the year of his birth, attended in 
due time Mr. Noble's school in Boston, and was a student at Har- 
vard College, 1892-1894, and at the Lawrence Scientific School, 
Harvard University, 1894-1896. He took no degrees, however, 
at Harvard. In his college days he was prominent in athletics. 

From 1897 to 1910 Mr. Rice was with the firm of Jackson & 
Curtis, bankers and brokers, of Boston, and in January 1910 became 
a member of the house of Bond & Goodwin, notebrokers, of Boston. 
He was also interested in other business enterprises, and was a mem- 
ber of the Board of Governors of the Boston Stock Exchange. For 
some time previous to his death business matters had kept him more 
or less in New York. 

During the World War Mr. Rice went to Europe in the service 
of the Red Cross, and was in charge of supphes, with headquarters 
in Paris. 

He was a member of the Somerset, Algonquin, Harvard, Country, 
and other clubs, and in religion was a Unitarian. 

He married at Milton, Mass., 18 June 1896, Margaret Forbes Per- 
kins of Burlington, Iowa, who survives him, together with two chil- 
dren, Margaret Perkins, now Mrs. Arthur T. Lyman, and George 
Tilley Rice, Jr. 

Samuel Putnam Avery, of Hartford, Conn., elected a life member 
in 1919 and made a Pilgrim Tercentenary member in the same year, 
was bom at Brooklyn, N. Y., 7 October 1847, the son of Samuel 
Putnam and Mary Ann (Ogden) Avery, and died unmarried at 
Hartford 25 September 1920. He was a descendant of William^ 
Avery of Dedham, Mass., who came to New England about 1650, 
through Robert^ and Elizabeth (Lane) of Dedham, Rev. John' 
and Ruth (Little), Rev. Ephraim* and Deborah (Lothrop) of Brook- 
1}^!, Conn., Rev. Ephraim^ and Hannah (Piatt) of Rye, N. Y., 
John Williams^ and Sarah (Fairchild) of Stratford, Conn., Samuel 
Putnam^ and Hannah Anne (Parke) of New York City, and Samuel 
Putnam® and Mary Ann (Ogden) of New York City, his parents. 
Through his grandmother, Hannah Anne (Parke) Avery, he was de- 
scended from Richard^ Park of Cambridge Village (now Newton), 
Mass., and among his other ancestors was Richard Warren of the 
Mayflower. 

He was educated by private tutors, and in due course joined the 
business estabhshed by his father, who was a weU-known connois- 
seur, importer, and dealer in art in New York City and had acquired 
a large fortune, much of which he bestowed on public institv^ions. 
The son inherited his father's taste and good judgment in matters of 
art, and carried on the business with great success, his numerous 
customers appreciating his knowledge of his subject/ welcoming 
his friendly guidance, and becoming oftentimes his intimate friends. 
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he continued to reside in New York City until 1909, when he re- 
moved to Hartford, Conn., his home for the remainder of his hfe. 
His independent fortune enabled him to follow his tastes as a col- 
lector of works of art, and many pubUc institutions were the re- 
cipients of art treasures acquired by him. 

He had long been interested in genealogy, and after retiring from 
business spent much time in collecting material relating to his an- 
cestors. The result was the pubhcation, in 1919, of his book entitled 
"The Avery, Fairchild and Park Families of Massachusetts, Connecti- 
cut and Rhode Island." In 1905 he became a member of the New 
York Genealogical and Biographical Society, to which he was a gener- 
ous donor and of which he was vice president. He was also vice 
president of the Society for the Preservation of New England An- 
tiquities, and a member of the New York Historical Society, the 
Connecticut Historical Society, the St. Nicholas Society of New 
York City, the Connecticut Society of Mayflower Descendants, the 
New York Society of Colonial Wars, the New York Society of Sons 
of the Revolution, and many other organizations connected with the 
fine arts, history, and kindred subjects. Of several of the societies 
of which he was a member he was also an officer, director, or trus- 
tee. 

Of. The New York Oenealogical and Bioaraphical Record, vol. 51, pp. 84-90, and vol. 52, pp. 
1-5. A portrait of Mr. Avery faces p. 1 of vol. 52 of the Record. 

Charles Alfred West, of Boston, a resident member since 1916, 
was bom in Boston 4 April 1850, the son of Samuel and Lydia W. 
(Banks) West, and died at Swampscott, Mass., 28 September 1920. 

He was graduated at the Boston EngKsh High School in 1865, and 
entered the employ of Reed, Cutler & Company, wholesale druggists, 
of Boston, 1 January 1867, remaining with them and their successors, 
Cutler Brothers & Company, for twenty years. On 1 January 1887 
he organized the wholesale drug house of West & Jenny, which was 
consoUdated 1 January 1900 with Cutler Brothers & Company and 
with George C. Goodwin & Company as the Eastern Drug Company, 
of which he was vice president until his death. He was also presi- 
dent of the American Camphor Refining Company. He had an 
extensive knowledge of drugs, and during the World War was asked 
to take charge of the purchases of drugs for the United States Govern- 
ment, but was prevented from doing so on account of his health. 

He was a member of the Society of Chemical Industry, the National 
Association of Wholesale Druggists, of which he was president in 1914, 
the Chemists' Club, the Drug and Chemical Club of New York, the 
Boston Chamber of Commerce, and the Algonquin Club, the Exchange 
Club, and other clubs in Boston and vicinity. He was a Republi- 
can and a Unitarian. 

He married, 1 July 1873, Anna Dumont Piper, of Boston, who sur- 
vives him, together with one daughter, Anna B., now Mrs. Herbert 
L. Fenton of West Newton, Mass. 

Cf. Who's Who in New England, 1916, p. 1133. 

Joseph Russel Marble, of Worcester, Mass., a life member 



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since 1918, was born at Smithfield, R. I., 30 June 1852, the son of 
Russel and Phebe (Almy) Marble, and died at Worcester 8 October 
1920. He traced his descent from Samuel Marble, through Freegrace, 
Enoch, Aaron, and Russel, his father. The Marbles were in Danvers, 
Mass., at an early date, and went thence to be the first settlers of 
Sutton, Worcester Co., Mass., and the Almy family, to which Mr. 
Marble's mother belonged, was one of the old Quaker families of 
Rhode Island. Mr. Marble himself was a member of the Society of 
Friends. 

He was educated in the pubUc schools of Smithfield, in the high 
school at Woonsocket, R. I., and at the Friends' school (now the 
Moses Brown School) at Providence, R. I., graduating there in 1870. 
At that time the course of study in that school was the equivalent 
of from two to three years of a college course. 

Mr. Marble taught school at South Dartmouth, Mass., for about 
a year, and then, on 14 March 1871, entered the employ of Jerome 
Marble & Company of Worcester as a clerk. A few years later he 
became a travelling salesman, and in 1886 was admitted to partner- 
ship in the firm, the other partners being Jerome Marble, William 
H. Drury, and Frank A. McClellan. Both Mr. Drury and Mr. Mc- 
Clellan died in 1889, and from that time on most of the active manage- 
ment fell upon J. Russel Marble, to whom Jerome Marble had 
turned over much of the responsibiUty for the conduct of the business. 
Since 1904 the firm was known as J. Russel Marble & Company, 
and Mr. J. Russel Marble was its head. It dealt in heavy chemi- 
cals, oils, and starches, and had its main offices in Boston and Worces- 
ter. 

Mr. Marble was a prominent figure in the business and social life 
of Worcester. He was a director of the Worcester Trust Company, 
a trustee of the Worcester County Institution for Savings, and presi- 
dent of the Worcester & Marlborough Street Railway Company, 
which was afterwards merged into the Worcester ConsoHdated Street 
Railway Company. He was a member of the Worcester Chamber 
of Commerce, the American Chemical Society, of the Northeastern 
Section of which he was president, the Massachusetts Society of the 
Sons of the American Revolution, and many Worcester clubs and 
organizations. 

Mr. Marble married, 26 October 1880, Emily Greene Chace, 
daughter, of Anthony and Hannah (Greene) Chace of Worcester, 
Mass., her father being a merchant, publisher of the Worcester Spy, 
and county treasurer. She survives her husband, together with their 
four children, Helen Chace, Anna Theresa, Sarah Ahny, and Jolpi 
Putnam. A fifth child, Ruth Putnam, died in infancy. 

Frederick Wires Brown, A.B., LL.B., of West Newton, Mass., 
a resident member since 1915, was born at Underbill, Vt., 11 October 
1867, the son of Isaac John and Harriet Deidamia (Wires) Brown, 
and died at West Newton 9 October 1920. 

He came with his parents to Hyde Park, Mass., when a young lad, 
and there spent his boyhood. He was prepared for college in the 
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Harvard University, where he received the degree of A.B. in 1891 
and the degree of LL.B. in 1894. He was admitted to the bar 
in the latter year, and began the practice of law in Boston. He made 
a specialty of the law relating to fire insurance contracts, and the 
firm of Brown & Came, of which he was the head, handled a great 
amount of legal business for fire insurance agencies and companies. 
He married in Boston, 18 June 1895, Maud Hoxie of Roxbury, 
Mass., who survives him, together with two sons, Carleton Wires 
Brown and Richard Hoxie Brown. A daughter, Eveljna Maud 
Brown, died in infancy. 

Mrs. Florence Carlton (Fowler) Evans, of Newbury, Mass., 
elected a resident member in 1916 and made a life member in 1919, 
was bom in Boston 4 April 1853, the daughter of William Carlton and 
Mary A. (Phalings) Fowler, and died at Newbury 9 November 1920. 
Her father was bom at Wiscasset, Me., in 1809. 

Mrs. Evans was actively interested in the Daughters of the Revo- 
lution and in many charitable organizations, and gave much of her 
time to private charitable work, the extent of which was reahzed 
only by those who knew her. 

She was married, 1 September 1875, to Wilmot Roby Evans, 
prominent in business and financial circles in Boston, son of Alonzo 
H. and Sarah Roby (Hawkes) Evans, who survives her, together 
with a son, Wilmot Roby Evans, Jr., LL.B. (Boston University, 
1903), and a daughter, Mrs. Florence Fowler (Evans) Dibble. 

Samuel Hickok Wheeler, B.A., of Fairfield, Conn., a Pil- 
grim Tercentenary member since 1919, was born at Watertown, 
Conn., 16 September 1845, the son of Nathaniel and Huldah Ruth 
(Bradley) Wheeler, and died in Chicago, lU., 14 November 1920. 
He was descended from Moses^ Wheeler, one of the original members 
of the New Haven Colony, who removed to Stratford, Conn., where 
he died in 1698, at the age of one hundred years. Gen. David 
Wooster of the Revolutionary Army and Gen. Joseph Wheeler of 
the Confederate Army and later, in the War with Spain, of the 
United States Volunteers were among his descendants. Moses 
Wheeler's wife was the sister of Joseph Hawley, ancestor of Hon. 
Joseph Roswell Hawley, A.B., LL.D., Governor of Connecticut and 
United States Senator. Huldah Ruth Bradley was descended from 
William Bradley, also a member of the original New Haven Colony 
and the ancestor of the New Haven Bradleys. 

Samuel Hickok Wheeler entered Yale College from Bridgeport, 
Conn., having been prepared for college by James M. B. Dwight of 
New Haven. He received the degree of B.A. with the Class of 1868, 
and then went to Chicago, where he became a member of the firm 
of Farrar & Wheeler. The death of his first wife, in 1877, led him to 
withdraw from business, and he spent that year and the following 
year in Europe. After his return he engaged again in business in 
Chicago. In 1894 he removed to Bridgeport, Conn., and became 
president of the Wheeler & Wilson Company, a position which he 
held until 1905, when he retired from active business. His home 
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Mr. Wheeler was the owner of the Stratfield Hotel and the New- 
field Building in Bridgeport, as well as other property. He was 
also a director of the Connecticut National Bank of the same city. 

He married first, in Chicago, 17 May 1876, Amelia Vernon Rum- 
sey, who died in Chicago 23 May 1877, having 'given birth to a 
daughter, AmeUa Rumsey Wheeler, on 31 March 1877; and sec- 
ondly, at Lake Geneva, Wis., 18 June 1884, EUzabeth Theodora 
Rumsey, who survives him, together with three children by the 
second marriage, Theodora Wheeler, A.B. (Vassar College, 1911), 
Nathaniel Wheeler, B.A. (Yale, 1914), and Ellen Rumsev Wheeler, 
A.B. (Vassar College, 1915). 

Cf. History of the Class of 1868. Yale College, pp. 293-294. 

Hon. Thomas Jefferson Coolidge, A.M., LL.D., of i Boston, 
a Pilgrim Tercentenary member since 1919, was bom in Boston 26 
August 1831, the youngest child of Joseph and Eleonora Wayles 
(Randolph) CooHdge, and died there 17 November 1920. He was a 
descendant of John^ CooHdge, one of the early settlers of Water- 
town, Mass., whose great-grandson, Joseph* CooHdge, moved to 
Boston and married the daughter of Anthoine OHvier, a French 
Huguenot. Their son, Joseph*^ CooHdge, also married a French 
Huguenot. His son, Joseph' CooHdge, married EHzabeth Bulfinch of 
Boston, a sister of Charles Bulfinch, the famous architect. This 
Joseph CooHdge was the owner of a large estate in Boston, and the 
family name has been used to designate the CooHdge Corner district. 
His son, Joseph^ CooHdge, A.B. (Harvard, 1817), A.M. {ib., 1820), 
married at MonticeUo, Va., Eleonora Wayles Randolph, daughter 
of Thomas Mann and Martha (Jefferson) Randolph of Virginia and 
granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United 
States. The children of Joseph^ and Eleonora Wayles (Randolph) 
CooHdge were EUen Randolph CooHdge, who married Edmund 
Dwight, A.B. (Harvard, 1844), A.M. (ib., 1847), of Boston, Joseph 
Randolph CooHdge, who was a student at Harvard, 1848-1850, and 
received the degree of LL.B. from Harvard in 1854, Algernon Cool- 
idge, M.D. (Harvard, 1853), honorary A.M. {ib., 1869), Sidney 
Coolidge, honorary A.M. (Harvard, 1857), of the Harvard Observa- 
tory, who in the Civil War was a major in the Regular Army of the 
United States and was kiUed in the Battle of Chickamauga in 1863, 
and Thomas Jefferson CooHdge, the subject of this memoir. 

In 1839 Joseph^ CooHdge, with his wife, went to China to take 
charge of the house of Augustine Heard & Company, and their four 
sons were sent to school near Geneva, Switzerland. In 1844, when 
he was thirteen years old, Thomas Jefferson CooHdge, with his oldest 
brother, was sent from Switzerland to the Blochinan School at 
Dresden, Saxony. There he remained until 1847, when he returned 
home and entered Harvard as a Sophomore, at the age of sixteen 
years. He had Hved in Europe since his eighth year, spoke English 
with difficulty, and had imbibed European aristocratic ideas which 
led him to regard the mass of the people as unfit to share in the 
government. Yet he soon adapted himself to the life at Harvard, 
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course was conferred on him by his alma mater three years later, and 
in 1902, after a half century of distinguished service. Harvard be- 
stowed on him the honorary degree of LL.D. 

In 1850 he entered business as clerk for William Perkins, mer- 
chant, and not long afterwards went into business for himself, first 
with his Harvard classmate, Edmund Lincoln Baylies, as a partner, 
and later in partnership with Joseph Peabody Gardner, of the Class 
of 1847 at Harvard, under the firm name of Gardner & CooUdge. 
The firm was engaged in foreign commerce, especially with the 
East Indies and Chma. After it had carried on business for four 
years and had weathered the financial storm of 1857, Mr. CooHdge's 
father-in-law, WilUam Appleton, induced him to give up his own 
business, and to accept, on a salary, the position of treasurer of the 
Boott Mills, a large cotton-manufacturing plant at, Lawrence, Mass. 
He held this position until 1861, and brought the company into a 
condition of financial prosperity. This was the beginning of his 
long and successful career in cotton manufacturing. 

Seeing clearly that the inflation of the currency of the United 
States in the early years of the Civil War would inevitably be fol- 
lowed by a rise in prices, he proceeded to buy all kinds of com- 
modities, and in the course of two years acquired a comfortable 
fortune. In 1864 he was chosen a director of the Lawrence Manu- 
facturing Company of Lowell, Mass., and retained this oflice until his 
death, in addition to serving as treasurer of the company from 1868 
to 1880. He was a director in several other manufacturing com- 
panies in New England, but his greatest work in the field of cotton 
manufacturing was done as a director (from 1870 until his death), 
treasurer (1876-1880, 1884-1892, 1893-1898), and president (1901- 
1911) of the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company of Manchester, 
N. H., which under his management increased its business by the 
acquisition of other mills and the building of new mills until it now 
employs fifteen thousand operatives. 

Mr. Coolidge became prominent in banking circles also. He 
was a director of the Merchants National Bank of Boston, the New 
England Trust Company, and the Bay State Trust Company, and 
in 1890 aided his son in founding the well-known and successful 
Old Colony Trust Company of Boston, of which he was one of the 
original incorporators and a director for thirty years. He was also a 
director in the Massachusetts Hospital Life Insurance Company and 
in other financial organizations. 

In raihoad enterprises, too, he was interested and rendered good 
service. In 1867 he was chosen president of the Oregon Railway & 
Navigation Company, and later he was a director of the Chicago, 
Burlington & Quincy Railroad, the Boston & Lowell Railroad, of 
which he was for a while president, and the Kansas City, Fort Scott 
& Memphis Raihoad. In 1880-81 he was president of the Atchison, 
Topeka & Santa Fe Raihoad. 

He was a hberal benefactor of Harvard College, giving to this 
institution in 1884 the Jefferson Physical Laboratory, at a cost of 
$115,000, establishing in 1901 a fund for research in physics, which 
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chemical laboratory, in memory of his only son, and making in 1914 
an additional gift of $10,000 for this laboratory. In 1886 he was 
elected a member of the Harvard Board of Overseers, on which he 
served for eleven years, until 1897. 

To the town of Manchester, Mass., in which his comitry house 
was situated, he gave in 1887 a library building at a cost of $40,000. 

In pubUc life, as well as in business, Mr. Coolidge rendered notable 
service. In 1875-76 he was a member of the first Park Conunission 
of Boston, having been nominated to this board by Mayor Samuel 
C. Cobb. In the presidential campaign of 1884, alarmed by the 
antiprotection tendencies of the Democratic party, with which he 
had been afliliated from his early manhood, he went over to the Re- 
pubUcan party, and contributed Hberally to the RepubHcan cam- 
paign fund; and in the campaign of 1888 and in later campaigns 
he continued to give to the Repubhcans his financial support. In 
1889 President Harrison appointed him one of the delegates of the 
United States on the Paii- American Commission, and he made a 
dissenting report that favored the single gold standard as opposed 
to bimetallism. In April 1892 he was nominated by President Har- 
rison to be minister to France, in succession to Whitelaw Reid, who 
had resigned this post, and, the nomination having been confirmed 
by the Senate without delay, he made a most acceptable representa- 
tive of this country in France imtil May 1893, when a Democratic 
administration was again in control of the Government and Presi- 
dent Cleveland was selecting men of his own party for diplomatic 
posts. In 1896 Mr. Coohdge was appointed by Governor Wolcott 
of Massachusetts to be one of a commission of five to consider the 
expediency of revising and amending the State Laws relating to taxa- 
tion, and in October 1897 this commission made important recom- 
mendations on this subject. In 1898 President McKmley appointed 
him a member of the Joint High Commission to consider various ques- 
tions in dispute between the United States and Great Britain and 
Canada, in regard to which, however, the members of the commis- 
sion were unable to reach an agreement. 

Mr. Coohdge was a vice president of the Massachusetts Histori- 
cal Society and a member of the Somerset Club and various other 
organizations. His winter home was in Boston, and from 1873 on 
he had a summer home at CooUdge's Point in Manchester, Mass. 
On account of his wife's health he spent three years (1865-1868) 
abroad with his family, but thereafter, except for a winter in Egypt 
and his stay in France as United States minister, 1892-93, he re- 
mained in the United States. His death leaves only one member 
surviving out of the sixty-seven members of the Harvard Class of 
1850, the venerable Horatio Robinson Storer, A.M., M.D., LL.B., 
LL.D., of Newport, R. I., now in his ninety-second year, who has 
contributed to the pages of The Harvard Graduates^ Magazine some 
delightful reminiscences concerning his distinguished classmate. 

Mr. Coohdge married in Boston, in November 1852, Hetty Sulhvan 
Apple ton, who died 15 April 1912, daughter of Hon. WiUiam and 
Marian (Cutler) Appleton of Boston. Their children were Marian 
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vard, 1870), LL.B. (z6., 1875), Eleonora Randolph, now deceased, 
who married Frederick Richard Sears, A.B. (Harvard, 1875), Sarah 
L., now Mrs. Thomas Newbold, and Thomas Jefferson Coolidge, Jr., 
A.B. (Harvard, 1884), a well-known Boston banker, founder of the 
Old Colony Trust Company, who married Clara Amory and died 
14 AprU 1912. 

Of. The Harvard OraduaU«' Magazine, vol. 29, pp. 402-412 (March 1921), for a memoir of 
Mr. Coolidge, to which the writer of this memoir acknowledges his great indebtedness, and for Dr. 
Storer's reminiscences of his classmate. A portrait of Mr. Coolidge faces the first page of the 
Magazine. 

Hon. Arthur Wellington Dennis, of Providence, R. I., a Pil- 
grim Tercentenary member since 1919, was born at Providence 
11 April 1846, the son of Capt. John Robinson and Hope Ann (Rhodes) 
Dennis, and died at Saunderstown, R. I., 19 November 1920. He 
was a descendant of Capt. John Dennis of Newport, R. I., who came 
to America in the eighteenth century and acquired large holdings 
in ^ Rhode Island and Massachusetts, through Arthur and EHzabeth 
(Robinson), his grandparents, and John Robinson and Hope Ann 
(Rhodes) , his parents. 

He was educated in the public schools of Providence, and was 
graduated at the Providence High School at the age of sixteen years. 
After leaving school he spent a year (1862-3) as clerk in the office of 
the adjutant general of Rhode Island, and in 1863 went to Oregon, 
where he was clerk in the office of the provost marshal, at Salem, 
1863-1865. While in Oregon he was drill sergeant of the Marion 
Rifles, and in 1864 was enrolling clerk in the Oregon House of Repre- 
sentatives. Returning to Providence, he entered in 1866 as clerk 
the employ of Henry L. Aldrich, cotton merchant, and remained 
connected with this firm for nineteen years, exclusive of the years 
1870 to 1873, when he was clerk with the firm of Rathbone & Aldrich 
of New York City, dealers in domestic wool and importers of South 
American wool. In 1884 he became associated with Woodward & 
Stillman, cotton merchants, of New York City, and was the eastern 
manager for them in Providence until 1893. In that year he founded 
and was elected treasurer of the Elmwood Mills, a company for the 
manufacture of shoe laces. The products of this company gained 
a wide reputation, and in March 1912 it was merged with three 
other companies, the Fletcher Manufacturing Company, the Stand- 
ard Braid Company, and the Jenkins Manufacturing Company, 
and was incorporated in Massachusetts as the International Braid 
Company. It was capitalized at $1,648,000, and engaged in the 
manufacture of shoe and corset laces, lamp wicks, and webbed goods. 
Mr. Dennis was president of the International Braid Company from 
its organization until his death. He was a director also of the Law- 
ton Spinning Company of Woonsocket, R. I., and the National Ex- 
change Bank of Providence. 

For many years Mr. Dennis was one of the leaders of the Republican 
party in Rhode Island. His political career began with service in the 
Common Council of Providence in the years 1887, 1888, and 1889, and 
he was president of this body in the two last-mentioned years. In 
1900 he was elected to the Providence Board of Alderman and in 



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1905 to the General Assembly of Rhode Island. He served as speaker 
of the House of Representatives in 1906, and as lieutenant governor 
in 1909. • 

He was prominent in Masonry, a veteran of the First Light Infantry 
Reginaent, president of the Rhode Island Society of the Sons of the 
American Revolution, governor of the Society of Colonial Wars, 
and a member of the Rhode Island Historical Society and several 
clubs. 

He married, 26 September 1866, Annie Isabel Smith, who was 
bom 11 July 1846 and died in August 1918, daughter of Simri and 
Sarah Fuller (Whipple) Smith of Providence. His son, John Rhodes 
Dennis, reasurer of the International Braid Company, survives 
him. His daughter, Hope Ann Dennis, died in 1905 at the age 
of thirty-five years. 

James Maurice Prendergast, of Boston, a resident member since 
1917, was bom in Boston 29 October 1851, the son of Jeffrey and 
Catherine Prendergast, and died there 29 November 1920. His 
father and mother were natives of Ireland. 

In 1868 he entered the brokerage business in Boston,, and at the 
time of his death was president of the firm of J. M. Prendergast & 
Company, cotton goods brokers, at 87 Milk Street. 

In 1899, in the administration of Mayor Quincy, he was appointed 
a -member of the Park Commission, and remained on this board 
for thirteen years. In 1907 the RepubUcan City Committee and the 
Good Government Association endeavored without success to induce 
him to become a candidate for mayor against Mayor Fitzgerald. 

His business aflSliations were numerous. He was a vice president 
and director of the Boston Elevated Railway Company, and a di- 
rector of the Boston & Maine Railroad, the Second National Bank, 
the Commonwealth Trust Company, and the Hamilton Woolen 
Company. 

In 1909 he gave nineteen acres of land, assessed for $16,000, to the 
Boston Association for the Rehef and Control of Tuberculosis, for use 
in carrying on experiments for the prevention and cure of the disease. 

He was a member of the Algonquin, RepubUcan, Cathohc, Eastern 
Yacht, and other clubs, and was a hberal giver to worthy institutions 
and causes, especially those favored by the Roman CathoHc Church, 
of which he was a devoted member. 

Benjamin Holt, of Stockton, Cal., a Pilgrim Tercentenary mem- 
ber since 1919, was bom at Loudon, N. H., 1 January 1849, the 
seventh of the eleven children of William K. Holt, and died at Stock- 
ton 5 December 1920. 

His early education was obtained in the pubhc schools around his 
boyhood home and in the academy at Tilton, N. H. Later he at- 
tended a Baptist school at New London, N. H. 

In 1868, with his brothers, W. Harrison Holt, A. Frank Holt, and 
Charles H. Holt, he began the manufacture of wagon spokes and 
hubs, shipping these products and also hardwood lumber into all 
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a plant for the manufacture of spokes, hubs, fellies, wheels, bodies, 
and running gears, and during the ten years in which he carried 
on this business he built up an extensive trade which gave him a 
wide reputation in business and manufacturing circles throughout 
the East. 

In 1871 Benjamin Holt, with his brothers W. Harrison Holt and A. 
Frank Holt, became connected with a wholesale hardwood and 
wheel business which had been estabUshed in San Francisco, Cal., 
some time earlier, by Charles H. Holt. The new firm was known 
as the Holt Brothers Company, but Benjamin Holt did not go to 
California until 1883, when he and Charles H. Holt embarked on the 
manufacture of wheels and wagon materials at Stockton, first under 
the name of the Stockton Wheel Company, and after 1892 under the 
present name of the Holt Manufacturing Company. 

Benjamin Holt was president of the Holt Manufacturing Company 
from its incorporation under its present name in 1892 until his death, 
and he was the mechanical head of the company. It was he who 
invented combined harvesters, which greatly reduced the cost and 
labor of harvesting grain by combining the cutting, threshing, and 
cleaning operations. It was he who invented the self-propelled 
combined harvester, a combination of tractor and harvester. It was 
he who invented the "caterpillar" tractor, which offered the only solu- 
tion of the problem of traction on soft and shppery surfaces and over 
rough ground and was developed into the tank which proved so help- 
ful to the AlHes in the World War. Mr. Holt's achievements in the 
field of industry include more than one hundred inventions, of which 
practically all are used in the products of the Holt Manufacturing 
Company. Many of his most remarkable inventions were made 
in the later years of his life, his wonderful inventive powers being 
retained in full measure up to the time of his death. The mammoth 
industry built up by him gives emplojnnent to thousands of men, and 
its output has greatly increased the productiveness of agricultural 
labor and placed a most efficient instrument of warfare at the service 
of the opponents of Germany. 

Mr. Holt married, in 1890, Anna Brown, daughter of Benjamin 
Brown. Their children are Alfred Brown Holt, Anne Holt, now Mrs. 
Warren Atherton, WiUiam Knox Holt, Edison Holt, and Benjamin 
Dean Holt. Alfred Brown Holt, the oldest son, is connected with 
the office of the Holt Company at Peoria, 111. WiUiam Knox Holt, 
the second son, is engaged in sales and service for the coinpany 
in Texas, and the two younger sons are still in the University of 
California. 

Mrs. Ellen Josephine (Turner) (Crawford) Rountree, of 
Randolph, Mass., elected a resident member in 1898 as Mrs. Ellen 
Josephine (Turner) Crawford, was bom at Randolph 13 April 1860, 
the daughter of Seth and Ellen Montgomery (Manahan) Turner, and 
died at Pasadena, Cal., 5 December 1920. 

She traced her descent from Humphrey^ Turner of Scituate in the 
Plymouth Colony, through John,^ the yoiinger, and Ann (James), 
Jacob' and Jane (Vining), Seth* and Sarah (Shaw), Seth^ and Re- 



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becca (Vinton), Seth^ and Abigail (Wales), RoyaP and Maria (White), 
and Seth® and Ellen Montgomery (Manahan), her parents. 

She was educated at a private school in Boston. 

She was married first, 15 October 1884, to John Jennings Crawfor 
who died 21 January 1904, son of Jefferson and Catherine Alle 
(Harper) Crawford; and secondly to H. H. Rountree. Her second 
husband, her elder son, Seth Turner Crawford, B.A. (Yale, 1907), 
LL,B. (Harvard, 1910), of Boston, and her daughter, Judith 
MacMillan Crawford, survive her. Her younger son, John Douglas 
Crawford, B.A. (Yale, 1911), was killed in action at Cantigny, 
France, 27 May 1918, while serving as second lieutenant in Com- 
pany H, Twenty-eighth Infantry, First Division, American Expedi- 
tionary Force. 

Mrs. Emma Ajtn (Shepherd) Scribner, of Montpelier, Vt., a 
resident member since 1907, was bom at Waitsfield, Vt., 6 June 1852, 
the daughter of Daniel and Charlotte M. (Ward) Shepherd, and 
died at MontpeUer 8 December 1920. She was a descendant of 
Solomon^ Shepherd (who died in 1731) and Sarah (Eastman) of 
Salisbury, Mass., through IsraeP and Sarah (Kimball), DanieP and 
Mary (Challis), Philip* and Dorothy (Ash) of Boscawen, N. H., 
and DanieP and Charlotte M. (Ward), her parents. On her mother's 
side she was seventh in descent from WiUiam Ward of Sudbury, 
Mass., who died in 1687. Both her grandfather, Philip Shepherd, 
and her father enlisted for service in the United States Army in 1812, 
and Mrs. Scribner was therefore a real Daughter of the War of 1812. 

She was educated in the common schools of Waitsfield. 

She was a loyal and active member of the Luther Dixon Chapter 
of the Society of the War of 1812, and gave hberally both of time 
and money for its benefit. She had held several offices in both the 
local and State societies. 

She was married, 1 January 1876, to Oscar Daniel Scribner, for 
many years a prominent business man of MontpeHer, son of Bartholo- 
mew and Eliza Ann (Mclntire) Scribner, who survives her. 

Charles William Moseley, of Newburyport, Mass., elected a 
resident member in 1893 and made a life member in 1912, was born 
at Newburyport 26 December 1847, the son of Edward Strong and 
Charlotte A. (Chapman) Moseley, and died there 24 December 
1920. His father, who was for three years an imdergraduate student 
at Yale with the Class of 1833 and received from that institution 
in 1870 the honorary degree of M.A., was a resident member of the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society from 1863 to 1866 and 
a life member from 1871 imtil his death in 1900. 

After attending the pubHc schools of Newburyport Charles William 
Moseley entered Dummer Academy, South Byfield, Mass., and later 
was a student at Phillips Academy, Exeter, N. H. He then entered 
Harvard College, where, however, he remained for only a portion 
(1865-1867) of the four years' course, leaving college to enter the 
brokerage business. For many years he was a member of the stock 
brokerage firm of Pickering & Moseley, and was a member of the 
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Mr. Moseley was actively interested in many philanthropic and 
charitable works. For several years he was president of the Anna 
Jacques Hospital, for which he provided, not long before his death, 
a tuberculosis division,- one of the best equipped of its kind in New 
England. He established the Moseley Foundation, which is engaged 
in social welfare work in Newbur3rport, and the Moseley Dental 
School Clinic, where children of the city receive free dental treatment. 
He was greatly interested in the work of the Associated Charities, 
now called the Social Welfare League, and the Newburyport Public 
Library also benefited by his generosity. 

As a trustee of the estate of Mrs. Juha M. Moseley, who bequeathed 
her property for charitable purposes and named Mr. Moseley as one 
of the trustees imder her will, he was instrumental in having erected 
the Moseley Memorial Building at the Massachusetts General 
Hospital in Boston, which was dedicated in 1916 to the memory of 
WilHam Oxnard Moseley, Jr. 

Mr. Moseley was a member of the Committee on Finance of the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society from June 1917 until 
his death, and gave freely of his valuable advice about invest- 
ments. He was a member of and an earnest worker iii St. Paul's 
Church (Protestant Episcopal) and a member of many prominent 
clubs in Boston and vicinity, including the Algonquin Club, the 
Exchange Club, the Country Club, and the Eastern Yacht Club. 

Mr. Moseley's brother, Frederick S. Moseley of Newburyport 
and Boston, and his sister, Mrs. Arthur C. Nason of Newburyport, 
survive him. The late Edward S. Moseley, for many years secretary 
of the Interstate Commerce Commission, was also his brother. 

Eliot Dawes Stetson, A.B., of New Bedford, Mass., a resident 
member since 1889, was bom at New Bedford 27 July 1861, the son 
of Thomas Meriam and Caroline Dawes (EUot) Stetson, and died 
there 25 December 1920. He was a descendant of Comet Robert^ 
Stetson of Scituate in the Plymouth Colony, through Thomas,^ 
EUsha,3 EUsha,* Capt. Thomas,^ Rev. Caleb,« A.B. (Harvard, 1822), 
A.M. (lb., 1825), and Thomas Meriam,^ A.B. (Harvard, 1849), 
his father. On his mother's side he was descended from Andrew^ 
EHot of Beverly, Mass. His father, who died in 1916, achieved 
eminence as a lawyer and was a partner of the late Hon. Thomas 
Dawes EUot, M.C., of New Bedford. 

EUot Dawes Stetson was prepared for college at the Friends* 
Academy and was graduated at Harvard in the Class of 1882. He 
then studied law for a year in the office of Stetson & Greene of New 
Bedford, and for two years more attended the Harvard Law School. 
He was admitted to the bar in June 1885, and in the same year became 
a member of the law firm of Stetson & Greene. For many years 
before his death he had been in partnership with his brother, Fred- 
erick Dudley Stetson, under the firm name of Stetson and Stetson, 
and was engaged in the active practice of his profession. 

Mr. Stetson served in the Common Council of New Bedford for 
three years, 1889-1891. He was appointed city soUcitor in 1895- 
by the late David L. Parker, who was then mayor, and remained 



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in this office the following year. In 1907 he was appointed by Gov- 
ernor Guild associate justice of the Third District Court, and served 
in that capacity until the spring of 1913, when he resigned the position. 

During the Worid War Mr. Stetson gave freely of his time and 
efforts to patriotic undertakings. He served as chairman of the 
Exemption Board of Division Three, and was the New Bedford 
chairman of several of the Liberty Loan drives. His unremitting 
labor in these positions led at last to a physical breakdown, from which 
he never entirely recovered. He gave willingly of his means to every 
worthy war charity. 

He was a member of the University and Harvard Clubs of New 
York, the Harvard and Union Clubs of Boston, and the Harvard 
Club, the Country Club, and the Yacht Club, all of New Bedford. 
He was also a member and a former president of the Wamsutta Club. 
He attended the Unitarian church. 

He married first, at New Bedford, 16 March 1887, Marion B. 
WiUiams, who died 6 March 1888; and secondly, at New Bedford, 
11 June 1891, Emily Almy Cummings, who survives him, together 
with four daughters and two sons, Mrs. Francis Hathaway Stone, 
Jr., of Providence, R.. I., Mrs. Joseph F. Knowles of New Bedford, 
Mrs. Morris Longstreth Hallowell of MinneapoKs, Minn., Frances 
Ehot Stetson of New Bedford, Thomas Meriam Stetson, 2d, and 
Eliot Dawes Stetson, Jr. 

Mr. Stetson's mother, a sister, Mrs. Leroy M. Yale, and three 
brothers, Frederick Dudley Stetson, A.B. (Harvard, 1888), Frank 
Ehot Stetson, A.B. (Harvard, 1893), M.D. {ih., 1897), and Edwin 
Meriam Stetson, all of New Bedford, also survive him. 



Memoirs of the following-named members of the Society may be 
found as indicated: 

Charles Emelius Lauriat, in the Register of January 1921; 
Richard Henry Winslow Dwight, in the Register of April 1921. 

It is expected that memoirs of Silvanus Jenkins Macy, John 
Meigs, Theodore Newton Vail, Jacob Henry Schiff, Winthrop 
Murray Crane, Mrs. Helena Augusta (Cox) Raymond, and 
George Washington Brackenridge will appear in future numbers 
of the Register or in the Supplement for April 1922. 



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INDEX OF MEMOIRS 



Avery, Samuel Putnam . . Ixxxi 
Bailey, Marietta (Peirce) . . Ixxx 
Baker, Howard Winfield . . xlix 

Barnard, Franklin Ixxviii 

Beal, Louisa Jane (Adams) . 1 
Brown, Frederick Wires . . Ixxxiii 
Buchan, Elizabeth (Sever- 
ance) Ixix 

Chase, George Bigelow . . . xxxviii 
Clark, Arthur March . . . xlvi 
Coe, Thomas Upham . . . Ixxiv 
CooUdge, Thomas Jefferson . Ixxxv 
Cotting, Charles Edward . . Ixxii 
Davies, Julien Tappan . . . Ixvi 
Davis, Andrew McFarland . lix 
Dean, Marvin Ansel .... Ixxviii 

Delano, Eugene Ixi 

Delano, Warren Ixxix 

Dennis, Arthur Wellington . Ixxxviii 
Evans, Florence Carlton 

(Fowler) Ixxxiv 

Fairbank, John J. Mitchell . Ivii 
Flagg, Charles Allcott . . . Iviii 
Gardiner, Asa Bird .... xlvi 
Grew, Jane Norton (Wiggles- 
worth) Ixv 

Hart, Charles Henry .... xhv 
Hayward, Sarah Jane (Hale) Ixxii 
Holden, Frederic Augustus . xlii 
Holden, Raleigh Warner . . xlviii 

Holt, Benjamin Ixxxix 

Humphreys, Richard Clapp . xlii 
Hutchins, Charles Lewis . . Ixxv 
Jenks, Henry Fitch . . . . lii 
Jocelyn, Stephen Perry . . . Iv 
Mclntyre, Frank Palmer . . Ixx 
Macy, WiUiam Austin . . . xliii 
Marble, Joseph Russel . . . Ixxxii 
Marland, Salome Jane (Ab- 
bott) Ixxvi 



Miles, Jonas Michael . . . Ix 
Morgan, Samuel Tate . . . Ixii 
Morton, Levi Parsons . . . Ixvii 
Moseley, Charles William . xci 
Newbold, Arthur Emlen . . Ixx 

Palmer, Juhus Ix 

Peirson, Charles Lawrence . 1 
Perkins, Edward Cranch . . xUii 
Pierce, Wallace Lincoln . . Iv 
Prendergast, James Maurice Ixxxix 
Rice, George Tilley .... Ixxxi 
Robbins, Royal Elisha . . . xl 
Rountree, Ellen Josephine 
(Turner) (Crawford) . . . xc 

Schouler, James Ixiii 

Scribner, Emma Ann (Shep- 
herd) xci 

Sinnott, Mary Elizabeth . . xlviii 
Smith, Susan Augusta . . . liv 
Soule, Horace Homer . . . Ivii 
Southard, Elmer Ernest . . liii 
Sprague, Henry Harrison . . Ixxiii 
Stetson, Eliot Dawes .... xcii 
Story, Frederick Washington Ixxix 
Thatcher, Charles Milton . . Ixix 
Thomdike, Charles . . . . xli 
Tobey, Rufus Babcock ... I 
Townsend, Sarah Cornelia . Ivi 
Tucker, Charles Edwin . . . xlviii 

Walker, Grant Ixii 

Walworth, Arthur Clarence . bed 
Weld, Charles Richmond . . xlv 
West, Charles Alfred .... Ixxxii 

Weston, Thomas Ixv 

Wheeler, Samuel Hickok . . Ixxxiv 
Winchester, Walter Clark . Ixxvii 
Woodsome, Clara Willma 

(Smith) Ixxvi 

Wright, Rodney Prescott . . Ixviii 
Yemans, Herbert William . li 



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An Act to inooiporate the New England Historio Genealogical Society. 

Be it enacted bv tA« Senate and House of Repreeentatiwa, in Oeneral Cowrt aaeembled, arui by the 
authority of the tame, at foUowa: 

Sbct. 1. Charles Ewer, J. Wingate Thornton, Joseph Willard, their associates and suoceeaors, 
are hereby made a corporation, by the name of the New England Historio Genealogical Society, 
for the purpose of collecting, preserving, and occasionally publishing, genealogical and historical 
matter, relating to early New England families, and for the establishment and maintenance of 
a cabinet; and for these purposes, shall have all the powers and privileges, emd, be subject to all 
the duties, requirements and liabilities, set forth in the forty-fourth chapter of the Revised 
Statutes. 

Sect. 2. The said corporation may hold and possess real and personal estate, to an amount 
not exceeding twenty thousand dollars. 

[Approved by the Oovemor, March 18, 1845.] 

Acte and Reaolvea of the Oeneral Court of Maseachueetts, 184S, chapter 15t. 



An Act to enable the New England Historic-Genealogical Society to hold an additional amount 

of property. 
Be it enacted, etc., ae follows: 

Sbction 1. The New England Historic-Genealogical Society may take, by piirchswe, gift, 
grant or otherwise, and hold, real and i>er8onal estate not exceeding one hundred thousand dol- 
lars, in addition to the amount authorized by the second section of chapter one hundred and 
fifty-two of the acts of the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-five. 
SzcnoN 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage. 

Approved April 1, 1868. 

Acte and Reeoivee, 1868, chapter 100. 

An Act to enable the New England Historic-Genealogical Society to hold additional real and 

personal property. 

Be it enacted, etc., aa foUowa: 

Section 1. The New England Historic-Genealogical Society may take by bequest, gift, grant, 
or otherwise, and hold, real and personal estate not exceeding two hundred thousand dollars in 
value in addition to the amount authorired by section two of chapter one hundred and fifty-two 
of the acts of the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-five, and by section one of chapter 
one hundred of the acts of the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, and exclusive 
of the value of all books, papers, pictures apd statuary now owned, or which may be hereafter 
acquired by said society. 

Section 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage. 

Approved April IS, 1888. 

Acta and Reaolvea, 1888, chapter ££7. 

An Act to enable women to become members of the New England Historio Genealogical Society. 

Be it enacted, etc., aa followa: 

The New England Historio Genealogical Society, a corporation organized under the laws of 
this Commonwealth, may admit women to membership, subject to such restrictions as the by- 
laws of said corporation may from time to time impose. 

Approved April 10, 1897. 

Ada and Reaolvea, 1897, chapter £76. 

The following is from the Revised Lawa of 190£, Corporation Acta, chapter 125, aection 8: 

Any corporation organized under general or special laws for any of the purposes mentioned 
in section two [educational, charitable, antiqusirian, historical, literary, scientific, etc.] . . . may 
hold real and personal -estate to an amount not exceeding one million five hundred thousand 
dollars. 



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Note. — Roman numerals refer to the pages of the Supplement. 



ABBOT Abbott 

— Rev. Mr. 229 

Benjamin Ixxvi 

Charlotte 14 

Dorcas Ixxvi 

Elizabeth Ixxvi 

Florence Hale 65 xxv 

George Ixxvi 

George Lewis Ixxvi 

Hannah 14 Ixxvi 

Joseph B. Ixxvi 

Lewis 14 

Mary Ixxvi 

Naomi Ixxvi 

R. B. (Mrs.) 316 

Rachel Ixxvi 

Salome Jane xxxiv Ixxvi 

Sarah Ixxvi 

Sarah Maria Ixxvi 

William Ixxvi 
ABELL John 292 
ABERCROMBIE Margaret 316 
ADAMS Adam 

Aaron 208 

Abigail 127 

Benning 319 

Charles E. 207 

Charles Francis xxxviii 

Deborah 127 

Dorothy A. 100 

Ebenezer 1 

Eleanor J. 128 

Eliphalet 307 

EUza R, 128 

Ella Emma 207 

Enoch 248 

Henry 1 

Jamee 43 44 

James Truslow 241 

Jedediah 201 

Joseph 312 I 

Joshua 312 314 

Louisa Jane xxxiv 1 

Lydia 18 126 

Mary 100 128 314 

Melzar 127 

Nathan 312 

Roger 128 

Ruth 312 314 

Sally 248 

Samuel 86 

Sarah 248 

Sarah May I 

Sibyl 304 

Stephen 312 

Tim 100 

William 312 

WilUam L. 87 

Zabdiel 1 
AGASSIZ Ida xxv 
AGRIPPA Herod 318 
ALBREE John xviii 
ALCOCK EUzabeth 105 

Samuel 106 
ALDEN John 206 244 1 liv Ivu 
Ixlxix 

Mary Ann Ixix 

Percy Scofield 75 xxi 



ALDRED John Edward 75 xxi 
ALDRICH George 321 

Henry L. Ixxxviii 

Leonard 304 

William Truman vii xxv 
ALEXANDER Charles (Mrs.) 
xxv 

Lura Fallass 65 240 xxv 

Molly 35 
ALGER Daniel M. 248 

Sarah Allen 248 
ALLCOTT Anna Bigelow Iviii 

Asa lix 

Lydia 93 
ALLEN Alleyn Ailing 

202 

Bertha xlix 

Christopher 292 

Clarissa 216 

Dorothy 121 

Edward 195 

Eleanor 118 

EUjah 109 112 118 119 121 
122 313 

Elisha 109 

Elizabeth 202 

Elizabeth Withington 215 

Ephraim 7 

Frank Gates x xxi 

George 202 203 215 216 

Hannah 109 112 118 119 121 
122 189 313 

Heman 215 216 

Joseph 303 

Julia 215 

Kate Lucy 76 

Katharine Gibbs 159 

Lucinda 178 

Lucy 320 

Lydia 10 216 

Maria A. 216 

Mary 119 195 202 203 

Mary Hancock 215 216 

Nancy E. 267 

Nathan 101 

Orilla 101 

PriscUla T. 216 

Rhoda Ixxviii , * 

Richard 202 

Roger 189 

Ruth 189 

Sarah 202 203 215 

Susannah 122 

Theodora 101 

Titus 178 

Van Wagenen (Mrs.) xlix 
ALLERTON Kate R. xxiii 
Alleyn see Allen 
Ailing see Allen 
ALLIS Elijah 303 

Rodolphus 308 

Samuel 307 

Stephen 302 304 306 307 
ALMY Phebe Ixxxiii 
ALTON Carroll Gates 81 

Mercy 81 

William 81 
ALVEDE Roger 290 



ALVORD Charles Walworth 82 

Samuel Morgan 82 
Amadon see Ammidown 
AMES Mary 212 

Susannah 306 
AMMIDOWN Amadon 

Harry Frank 157 
Maria Magdalene 207 
AMORY Clara Ixxxviii 
AMY Abigail 256 

Franklin 256 
ANDERSON Anna 239 

Jane M. 15 

Jennie M. 16 

John 15 
ANDREWS Andrew Andrus 

AUce 257 

Elizabeth 207 

Hannah Elizabeth 207 

Jane Kelton 207 

Jane Withington 207 

John 207 

John Albion 67 207 

Josiah Bridge 207 

Maria Withington 207 

Mary 92 

Nehemiah 257 

Susan C. 257 

Susan Prince 207 

Timothy 92 
ANGELLS Margaret 221 
ANGEER Lavinia Hathaway liii 

Oakes liii 
ANNABLE Anna 145 149 
ANNIS Abigail 119 

Abraham 113 

Charles 60 52 54 108 113 116 
117 119 121 

Eliza 50 

Elizabeth 54 

Hannah 52 

Israel 111 310 

Joanna 111 112 113 122 310 
314 

John 114 313 

Joseph 108 

Keturah 314 

Lois 114 312 313 

Mary 108 113 116 117 119 
121 313 

Nehemiah 111 112 113 122 
310 314 

Priscilla 121 

Rebecca 122 

Ruth 116 

Stephen 114 312 313 

WiUiam 112 
APPLETON Daniel F. xli 

Hetty Sullivan Ixxxvii 

Marian Ixxxvii 

William Ixxxvi Ixxxvii 

William Sumner xxvii 
ARABE Anita Beatriz xlv 
ARCUBUS GeoflFrey de 129 
ARDEN Juliette 241 
ARDERNE Isabel 135 

John 135 
ARGRIFFE Grace Iviii 



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ARMAND 



188 



ARMSTRONG Thankful M. 

102 
ARNOLD Fred Augustus 322 
James 6 

Sarah Louise 157 
William 322 
ARS IC W illiam de 59 
ARTHTJR Chester Alan 86 

Ixvii 
ASH Dorothy xci 
ASPINWALL Lucy 249 

Mehitable 261 
ASTON Humphrey 281 
ATHERTON Anna 145 149 
Anne xo 

Consider 145 149 , 
EUjah 198 
EUzabeth 145 149 
Harriet 198 
Humphrey 145 149 
John 145 
Mary 145 
Rachel 145 
Sarah 149 
Warren (Mrs.) xc 
ATKINS Rebecca 188 
ATKINSON Henry Martin 207 
Kate 207 
Maria 207 
Maria Sumner 207 
Mary Moulton 207 
Mary P. 207 
Mary Withington 207 
Samuel 207 
Samuel Peabody 207 
Sarah 207 
Sarah Ann 207 
Susannah Lambdin 207 
William Edgerton 207 
ATWATER Helen Mae 207 

Horace C. 207 
ATWOOD Charlotte Abigail 
253 
Luther vi 
AUSTIN Austen 
Anah 191 
Constance 218 223 
Edmund 191 
Horace liv 
James 8 12 
James Walker 160 
John 218 
Jonas 218 223 
Julia 100 

Mabel Fletcher liv 
Marcus O. 205 
Mary xlvii 
Mary Angeline liv 
Mary EUzabeth 268 
Mary S. 175 
Mertie E. 100 
Polly 209 
Sally B. Ixxxi 
Samuel 100 
Sarah W. 205 
Walter 160 

AVELINA 60 

AVERY Deborah Ixixi 
Elizabeth 307 Ixxxi 
Ephraim Ixxxi 
Hannah Ixxxi 
Hannah Anne Ixxxi 
John Ixxxi 
John Williams Ixxxi 
Mary 151 
Mary Ann Ixxxi 
Robert Ixxxi 
Ruth Ixxxi 

Samuel Putnam xxriii Ixxxi 
Sarah Ixxxi 
William Ixxxi 
AXTELL Hannah 32 
AYKRS Ceriia W. 24 
Hannah 20 21 23 



AYERS cont'd 

Sarah 20 26 

T. 20 
AYLESWORTH James C. 207 

Mary Withington 207 

BABCOCK Badcock 

Elizabeth 211 

Emma 160 

Sally P. 33 
BABSON Jane 229 233 

John 229 233 
BACHELOR Bacheller 

Elizabeth 222 223 224 

Henry 222 223 224 

John 222 223 224 

Joseph 222 223 224 

Mark 222 224 

Martha 222 223 224 

Mary 224 
BACON Abigail 206 

Ann 296 

Anna 206 

Charles Henry 206 

Charlotte M. 206 

David 206 

Jacob 206 

Joseph 30 

Lester Manning 76 

Nancy 206 

Rebecca 30 

WiUiam 296 
BACOT Pierre 159 

Thomas Wright 157 159 
Badcock see Babcock 
BADGER Richard G. 160 
BADLAM Hannah 203 259 

Sarah 198 
BAGLEY Jonathah 33 

Lucy 193 
Sarah 28 
Winthrop 193 
BAILEY Bayley 
Amy Etta bcxx 
Betsey F. 25 
Charles S. K. 39 
Edward 198 
Edward Appleton Ixxx 
Effie L. 39 
Eleanor O. 39 
Elizabeth 198 262 
Elizabeth Bradford 128 
Esther Ixxx 
Frank M. 39 
Frank W. 156 
Hannah 198 
Horace Porter 128 
James Alderson Ixxx 
John Winslow Ixxx 
Jonathan 104 
Marietta xxxvi Ixxx 
Mary 145 
Myrtle F. 39 
Rhoda M. 204 
Willis Adams 64 xxi 

BAKER 263 

Albert 17 

Albert Clark 81 

Ann 146 149 206 

Annie xlix 

Annie M. xlix 

Bertha xlix 

Betsey 243 

Charles H. xlix 

Edith 263 

Elijah 146 

Elisabeth 30 

EUzabeth 143 200 204 206 

Emma J. 214 

Etta May 17 

Eunice 17 

Faith 143 145 

Fanny 78 

George 146 147 204 206 

Hannah 143 146 



BAKER cont'd 

Henry Dunster xUx 

Howard Winfield xxxvii xlix 

Ida Marion v vi 

James 143 146 147 152 

Jane 146 

John 143 146 

Josephine xUx 

Josephine McCloskey xlix 

Judith 152 

Mary 143 146 147 152 204 

206 
Preserved 143 146 152 
Priscilla 146 
Priscilla B. 247 
Richard 143 145 
Ruth 146 

Sarah 143 145 146 214 
Susan 146 
Thankful 143 
Thomas 143 146 149 
Walter 143 
WilUam 30 
William T. xlix 
BALCH Francis Noyes xxvii 
BALCOM PrisciUa Ixxi 
BALDWIN Balding 
Betsey 304 
Catherine 182 
Dorothy 195 
EUsha 194 
EUzabeth 179 
Helene xxi 
Jacob 194 
Lucinda 34 
Martha 212 
Nathan 179 
Rachel 179 
Sarah 179 194 
Sarah Rodman 237 
Thomas WilUams 161 
BALL Dorothy 140 
John 30 
Lydia 90 
Thomas 140 
BALLARD Hannah 46 
Joseph 303 
Wallace M. 157 
BALLOU Hosea Starr v 
BAMFORD Sarah 207 
Banckes see Banks 
BANCROFT Eliza Ux 

George Ux 
BANISTER C. EUen 100 101 
Cranson 101 
EUen see C. EUen 
Knight 100 101 
OriUa 101 
BANKS Banckes 
Caleb 219 

Charles Edward 158 
EUzabeth 140 
Lydia W. Ixxxii 
Robert 140 
BARBER Barbour 

Edward Wilmot 76 xxi 
Hannah S. 25 
Julia 204 

Lucius Barnes viii 
BARKDULL John William xxi 
BARKER EUen Frye 81 
John 291 
Mary Ixxiv 
Rebecca 25 
BARLOW SaUy 103 
BARNARD AbigaU 266 
Betsey 266 
Bridget Ixxviii 
Daniel 266 
David Ixxviii _ 
Francis Ixxviii 
Franklin xxxyi Ixxviii 
Hannah Ixxviii . ' 

Ira Ixxviii 
John Ixxviii 



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xcix 



BARNARD cont'd 

Joseph Ixxviii 

Mary Eloise Ixxviii 

Polly Ixxviii 

Rhoda Ixxviii 

Ruth Ixxviii 

Sarah Ixxviii 
BARNES Abigail Muzzy 257 

Amity 18 

Charlotte 14 

Comfort 26 103 

Cyrus 26 

Electa 104 

Electa M. 103 

Elijah 18 

EUen E. 19 

Esther E. 19 

Harvey 19 

Isaac 257 

Joshua 27 95 

JuUua Howland 75 xxi 

Maria 22 

Mary 27 

Mary Sophia 26 

Mercy 95 

Nancy 26 

Robena 26 

Sophia 26 103 
BARNEY SaUy 36 
BARRELL 78 

Almond Colbun 78 

Anna 148 

Colbun 77 78 

David 78 

Desire 77 78 

Elisha 78 

Elizabeth Ann 78 

Esther 77 

George Morton 78 

Harvey 78 

John 78 

John Judson 78 

LoU78 

Lydia 77 78 

Noah 77 

Robert 218 

Susan C. 78 
BARRETT Ebenezer 199 

James 199 

Mary 199 

Samuel 199 
BARROWS Adelia Maria 255 

Caroline Talbot 255 

Christiana Dexter 255 

Ezra 255 

Ichabod 255 

James Edwin 255 

JuUa Helen 255 

Louisa Withington 255 

Mary 255 

Mary Josephine 255 

Ruth 212 

William Ezra 255 
BARSTOW Frank Quarlee 
(Mrs.) 165 xxi 

Lois Catherine xxi 

Sarah 243 

Thomas 243 
BARTHELME Claudius 196 

Jared 196 

Mary 196 

Susannah 196 
BARTHOLOMEW 179 

Jenisha 192 

Tabitha 179 
BARTHRICK Lois 247 
BARTLETT Bartlet • 

Betaey 126 

ChurchiU J. 316 

Dorothy 125 
♦Edward 126 

EUzabeth 125 238 

George 109 

Hannah 121 

Joseph 125 



BARTLETT cont'd 

Joseph Gardner 79 224 236 
2381xxiv 

Joshua 108 109 111 119 121 

Matthias 111 

Phineas 306 

Priscilla 108 109 111 119 121 
BARTON George Hunt vii 

William E. 160 
BASEDEN Anne 224 
Baset see Bassett 
BASKERVILL Patrick Hamil- 
ton 322 
BASKETT Thomas 79 
BASS Percy 302 
BASSETT Baset 

Abraham 177 

Antoinette 196 

Deborah 177 

Emily Jane 93 

Esther 97 

Frances Caroline Ixxix 

Henry 303 

Jesse 97 

John 185 

Joseph 91 

Lydia 91 

Lyrnan E. 93 

Miriam 91 

Naomi 185 

Phebe 177 

Robert Jared Ixxix 

Sally 10 

Sarah 97 185 309 

William 308 
BASTON Anna 312 

James 315 

Ruth 315 

Sarah 315 

Thomas 312 

Timothy 312 
BATES Bate 

Adelmer Marcus 316 

Alice 144 

Anne 144 

Caleb 126 

Elizabeth 144 

Hannah 144 

Hosea 255 

James 144 

John 144 

Margaret 144 

Mary 144. 

Mary Field xxiv 

Rachel 255 

Samuel 144 

Sarah 255 263 
BAXTER Alba 172 

CUnton Lewis 172 

Elihu 163 164 

EUzabeth Ix 

Emily Poole 172 

Eugene Raddin 172 

Florence Lewis 172 

Hartley Cone 172 

James Phinney 69 73 157 163 

• 164 165 166 167 168 169 
170 171 172 173 174 316 
317 V vi x xi xiv 

Mabel 172 

Madeleine Cummings 173 

Mehi table Cummings 172 

Percival Proctor 173 

Rupert Henry 172 

Sarah 163 164 

Sarah KimbaU 172 

Simon 164 

William 164 
BAYLESS Caroline Elob Iviii 
Bayley see Bailey 
BAYLIES Edmund Lincoln 

lixxvi 
BAYNE Howard Randolph 
xviii 



BEACH Lucy 97 

Nathan 97 

Sarah 181 
BEAL Beals 

Abigail Clap 212 

Betsey 126 

Boylston Adams vii I Ixv 

Charles Henry 126 

David 126 127 

Eleazer 211 212 

Eliza 212 

Elizabeth Sturgis Ixv 

Ellen T. 126 

Elvira 212 

Gustavus 126 

Harriet 126 

James Henry 1 

James Prince 126 

Joanna 211 212 

John Freeman 126 

Louisa Jane xxxiv 1 

Lydia 126 

Mary 126 212 xlii 

Moses 212 

Royal 212 

Sarah Elizabeth xlii 

Theodore 126 

Thomas 126 xlii 

William Fields 1 
BEALEY John 213 

Ruth Tower 213 
Beals see Beal ' 
BEAN Been 

Betty 6 

Darnel 12 

James 12 

Othniel 12 

William 9 12 
BEARD EUzabeth 190 191 

Levina 190 

Samuel 190 191 

Tabitha 197 258 
BEARDSLEY James 191 

Polly 191 

Sarah 194 

Thomas 194 
BEATY David W. x xxi 
BECKE Mary 136 

William 136 
BECKWITH Ella FideUa xlviii 

Leonard Forbes 98 

Margaretta 98 
BEDINGFIELD Bedyngfield • 

Francis 235 

Peter 290 
BEEBE Ira 184 

Jemima 184 

Ursula 184 
BEECHER Enos 93 

Hannah 93 309 

Hezekiah 309 

Isaac 309 

Joseph 309 

Lydia 309 

Sally 93 
BEEDE Everett Jefta vi 
Been see Bean 
BEERS Amos J. 93 

Amy 193 

EUzabeth 186 

Emily Jennet 93 

Isaac 186 

Joseph 193 

Mary 186 

Sarah 177 
BEHR Clara L. 40 
BELCHER Anna 145 

Edward 146 

Sophia 264 
BELDING Ebenezer 305 

PoUy 303 
BELL Elatharine zxiii 

JuUal7 
BELLINGTON Hannah 304 



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BELLMAN E. R. 268 
Maria Roshore 268 
BELLOWS Abigail 198 
Jotham 198 
Persis 198 
BEMAN Bement 
Daniel 306 
David Edwin 206 
David Monroe 206 
Eliza Jane 206 
Elizabeth 206 
Eunice Withington 206 
Isaac Chandler 206 
Lemuel 206 
Louisa 206 
Lucy Chandler 206 
Phineas 302 
Prudence 206 
Prudence Adeline 206 
BEMIS Alice CogsweU 160 

Mercy 197 
BENNETT Bennet 
Eliza A. S. 246 
George 110 
James 218 
Joel 111 
John 110 111 
Mary 110 111 
BENSE Mary 141 
BENSON Ernest L. 81 
John 81 
Margaret 230 
BENT Elizabeth 211 
John 211 
Sarah 211 
BENTLEY — Dr. 136 
Dorothy 136 
Rebecca Willard xlvi 
BENTON SUas 307 
BEREFORD Baldwin de Sir 
133 
Joan de 133 
BERLINER EmUe xxi 
BERNARD Francis Sir 86 
BESBEECH Alice 220 224 
Anne 224 
Mary 220 
Sarah 224 

Thomas 220 224 225 
BEST Annie H. xxi 
John 221 

William N. (Mrs.) 76 xxi 
BETHUNE Sarah Ann 266 
BETTS Bettes 
Martha 294 298 
Philip 294 298 
Robert 282 
BEUFFE Hugh Sieur de 142 
BE VANS James Lung 65 xxv 
BICKFORD Bigford 

15 

Mary 15 
BID WELL Frederick David 240 
BIGELOW Belinda 94 
Clarissa Andrews xxxviii 
Henry C. 207 
Levi S. 94 

Maria Elizabeth 207 
Bigford see Bickford 
BIGGS Elizabeth 203 
BILL Abigail 141 
Elizabeth 141 
Thomas 141 
BILLINGS BiUing 
Gustave (Mrs.) x xxi 
Henrietta xxi 
Katharine 133 
Mehitable 212 
Reliance 213 
Samuel 213 
Susan 103 
Thomas 133 
BILLTON Dorothy 140 

George 140 I 



BINGHAM Robert Worth xxi 

Theodore A. xvii 
BIRD Byrd 

299 

Ann 144 
Anne 145 
Bebee 145 
Bridget 290 299 
Ebenezer 145 
Elijah 203 

Elizabeiii 203 290 299 
EUzabeth Searles 202 203 
Eunice 145 
Hannah 203 Ixx 
Henry 145 
James 144 
John 146 290 299 
Lemuel 203 
Margaret 290 299 
Mary 145 
Mehitable 150 
Patience 148 
PrisciUa 145 
Ruth 145 
Samuel 202 203 
Stephen 203 
Susannah 202 203 
Thomas 145 
William 203 
BIRDSEY Joseph 177 190 

Tabitha 177 
BIRKHENED Richard 229 
BISHOP Abel 93 
Chloe 93 
Elizabeth 94 
Esther 93 
James 95 
Mary 198 
Patience 95 
BISSELL French Rayburn xxi 
BLACK Dorcas 154 
BLACKINGTON Julia Miller 
272 
Oscar E. 272 
BLACKMAN Abigail 189 
Diantha 190 
Sarah 212 
Susannah 152 
BLACKMORE Blackmer 
Anna 303 
William 228 
BLACKSTONE IsabeUa F. xxi 

Timothy B. (Mrs.) ix xxi 
BLAINE Alexander 159 

Charles Hodge (Mrs.) 75 xxv 
Eleanor 159 
Emma Josephine xxv 
Ephraim 159 
James 159 
James Gillespie 4 
John Ewing 159 
William 159 
BLAISDELL Matilda 100 

Walter S. 76 xxi 
BLAKE Elizabeth 150 
John 280 
Joseph 150 . 
Mehitable 150 
Patience 225 
BLAKEMAN Helen M. 98 
BLAKESLEE Abraham 91 
Annis 91 
Bede 96 
Charlotte 96 
Elizabeth 91 96 
Henry M. 96 
Isaac 92 93 
Joel 91 96 
Jonah 91 
Levi 95 
Lydia 91 93 
Mabel 91 
Mary 92 93 
Mercy Elvira 95 



BLAKESLEE cont'd 

Noah 91 

Sarah 92 
BLANCHARD Blancher 

Abigail 253 

Eunice 264 

Hannah 265 

Hezekiah 264 

Jane E. 205 

Nehemiah 303 
BLODGETT Caroline 23 

Eliza L. 23 

L. Eliza 23 

Sibyl 257 

Urial 23 
BLOOD John 33 

Mary 33 

Sarah 33 
BLOODGOOD Annie C. xxiii 
BLUSHE Elean see Ellen 

Ellen 228 

Stephen 228 
BLYTHE Elisabeth 31 

John 31 
BOARD MAN Elizabeth 262 

Joseph 262 

Leonard 262 

Mary Niles 262 

PhUip Eliot 262 

Richard 262 

William 262 

William Joseph 262 
BODGE Charles H. 37 

Ellis 37 

Francis E. 37 

George E. 37 

Julia Ann 37 

Leah B. 37 

Sophia B. 37 
BOER Louis P. de 321 
BOG ART Christian 41 

Ernest Ludlow 82 

Francis G. 41 

Frederick L. 41 

Jennie E. 41 

John H. 41 

Lucia A. 41 

Martha J. 41 

Thomas J. 41 

WiUiam H. 41 

Wilson A. 41 
BOKLAND Alan de 63 

Alice de 63 

Isabel de 62 63 129 
BOLEBEC see also Gifford 

Osbern de 59 60 142 
BOLLES Jonathan 32 

Phebe 32 
BOLSTER EsteUe G. 39 

G. W. 39 

George E. 39 

Lora M.39 

Lucius J. 39 

Mary G. 39 

Victoria A. 39 
BOLTER Mary 201 
BOLTON Boulton 

Agnes 115 

Charles Knowles vii 

Mary 115 197 
Thomas 115 
BOMBARD Mary 21 
BOND Laura 212 

Richard 228 
BONEY Thomas 219 
BONNER Fanny 78 
BOOCOCK Samuel W. 64 xxi 
BOOTH Rufus 306 

BOOTHBY 50 

Benjamin 109 
Elizabeth 117 121 
Hannah 116 119 
Henry 50 109 118 119 
John 107 



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BOOTHBY cont'd 

Mabel 107 108 111 116 117 

119 121 
Mary xlviii 
Rebecca 119 
Richard 107 108 111 116 117 

119 121 
Samuel 111 
Sarah 109 118 119 
Thomas 50 108 
BORDEN Bordon Borthen Bur- 
den Burdon 
Abigail 233 
AUce 230 232 
Amy 230 233 
Ann 230 
Benjamin 233 
Bertram H. 76 xxi 
Eleanor 230 
Elizabeth 230 233 
Francis 229 233 
Hope 233 
Jane 233 

Joan 226 228 229 230 231 233 
John 230 233 
Joseph 233 
Margaret 230 
Mary 230 233 
Matthew 230 233 
Phebe 193 
Richard 226 228 229 230 231 

233 
Samuel 233 
Sarah 233 
Thomas 230 233 
BORDEWEIK Adelaide 246 

Eduard (Mrs.) 246 
Bordon see Borden 
BORIE Beauveau (Mrs) Ixx 
Borthen see Borden 
BOSTON Aaron 312 
Abigail 45 314 
Abraham 113 
Anna 311 312 314 
Eleanor 109 
Elijah 311 
EUzabeth 50 122 
Gershom 50 51 53 54 312 
Hannah 45 51 52 314 
James 45 47 109 111 112 122 

123 314 
John Royal 109 
Jonathan 311 
Joseph 53 312 314 
Mary 44 51 113 114 311312 
Sarah 111 112 122 123 314 
Shubael54 113 114 311 312 
Thomas 43 44 45 311 314 
WilUam 112 114 
BOSWORTH Alfreda 266 
BOTERELL Arthur 139 

Jane 139 
BOTTOM Richard 290 
Boulton see Bolton 
BOURN Bourne 
Abraham 112 
Alexander 207 
Benjamin 107 315 
Helen Mae 207 
Hephzibeth 315 
Jane Kelton 207 
Joanna 118 
John 106 107 110 111 112 116 

118 313 315 
Joseph 111 
Lucy 313 
Martha 315 
Mary 106 107 110 111 112 

116 118 313 315 
Richard 142 
Ruth 141 
Samuel 110 
Sarah Ann 207 
BOUTELL Susan 23 24 



BOWDITCH Charles Pickering 
vii 
Harold vi 
BOWDOIN James 86 
BOWEN Frances 248 
Georgia Anna 270 
Georgiana 269 
Judy 21 
Richard 321 
Sally Martin Ixxix 
Stephen 270 
Uriel 248 
BOWERS Anna 184 
Bridget 177 
Charity 177 
George 177 179 
John 177 179 
Lydia 177 
Mary Jane 246 
Miriam 191 
Phebe 24 
Rebecca 179 184 
Ruth 176 177 184 
Samuel 176 177 179 184 
Sarah 177 179 184 
BOWMAN Betsey 34 
Charies 34 
Elizabeth 203 
Freeman 34 
Joseph 34 
Rebecca 34 
Samantha 34 
Sarah 34 
BOYD Emma J. xxii 

John P. 66 
BOYDEN Joshua 304 
Polly 308 
Sally 307 
BOYKETT Jarvis 222 
BOYLE Elizabeth Jane 263 
BOYS William 217 
BRACE Laura 25 
Mary N. 25 
Nathaniel 25 
BRACKENRIDGE Geor?e 
Washington xxxiv xciii 
BRACKETT Brockett 
Abel 90 
Althea 96 
Bede96 
Benjamin 96 
Charles Albert 76 xxi 
Hannah 90 
Harriet B. 94 
James 302 
John 322 
Mary 90 
Mehitable 92 
Rachel 30 
Richard 90 
Sarah 91 
Susannah 96 
Thomas 96 
BRACTON Henry de 62 
BRADBURY Frederick T. 
(Mrs.) ix xxi 
George T. (Mrs.) Ixxvii 
Harriet J. xxi 
Helen Ixxvii 

BRADFIELD -^ 137 

Margaret 137 
BRADFORD — 



23 



Abigail Clap 212 
Addie S. 23 
Alexander Ixvi 
Charles 212 
Deborah 127 
Elizabeth Canby xxii 
WilUam 124 160 
BRADLEY Abigail 309 
Abraham 309 310 
Aner 93 
Benjamin 193 
Beriah 94 
Caroline 310 



BRADLEY cont'd 
Charles H. 316 
Daniel 309 
Grace 94 
Harriet Maria 93 
Henry M. 98 
Henry S. 173 
Huldah Ruth Ixxxiv 
Israel 310 
Lois 310 
Mary 309 
Miriam 91 
Sarah 309 
Sylvia 98 

William 309 310 Ixxxiv 
BRAGDON Louise Locke 255 

Samuel 255 
BRAGG SaUy 248 
BRAINERD Lawrence 73 156 

vi xviii 
BRAMAN Chester A. 316 
BRANCHE Margery 292 
BRASIER Mary A. 153 
BRASNER Alice Mary 269 
Harriet 269 
William 269 
BRATTELL John 228 
BRAYTON Elizabeth Hitch- 
cock 65 XXV 
BRECK Edward 316 
Martha 89 
Nathaniel 89 
Sarah 89 154 203 204 208 
BREWER Emma J. 13 
Jennie A. 40 
Leister 13 
Mary Ann 13 

BREWSTER 286 

Frederick Foster 316 
Henry 286 
Huldah 127 
Maria F. 207 
Sally Drew 129 
Thomas 286 
WilUam 82 244 xlviii 
Wrestling 124 
BRIDGEMAN Thomas 234 
BRIDYNG George 281 
BRIGDEN Thomas 221 
BRIGGS Charles 155 xxi 
Lucy 304 
Sela 304 

Susan Stetson liv 
WilUam Churchill 76 vi 
BRIGHAM Clarence Saunders 
vii 
Emily 18 
Eunice 18 
Jonas 18 
Phineas 306 
Sarah 36 
BRIMMER Mary 216 
BRINSMADE AbigaU 182 
Daniel B. 182 
Daniel Nathaniel 182 
BRIONNE Gilbert de Earl 60 
Richard de 60 
Rohais de 60 
BRISCOE AbigaU 182 
BRISTOL Daniel 184 
Dorcas 188 
Gideon 188 
Henry 188 
John 188 
Joseph 188 
Mary 178 
Miriam 188 
Sarah 188 
Simeon 178 
Susannah 184 
BROAD Elvira Withtngton 213 
Mary 207 
Wilder 213 
BROADRIDGE Constance 145 
Richard 145 



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Brockett see Bracket! 
BROMLEY Thomas Sir 284 
BRONSON Brunson 
Eunice 192 
Smisson 307 
Brook see Brooks 
Brooke see Brooks 
BROOKINGS Robert Somers 

155 xxi 
BROOKS Brook Brooke 

178 

Amos 304 
Anne 218 224 
David 178 
Dorothy 218 
EUzabeth 178 224 
Ella64xxiv 
Elys 218 
Enos 178 
Francis 152 
Harriet 308 
Henry 178 
Jabez 303 305 
John P. 82 
Joshua 29 
Lois 178 
Lucy 197 
Martha 178 
Mary 152 178 224 
Mkry Ann 16 
Mehitable 178 
Micah 178 
Olive 308 
Phillips 4 
Polly 306 

Robert 217 218 224 
8. W. 16 
Samuel 218 
Sarah 152 
Sophia 306 
Tamar 178 
Thomas 178 218 
BROWN Browne 

287 

Abraham 8 10 
Albert 212 

Alexander Timothy 316 
Anna xc 
Benjamin xo 
Carletbn Wires Ixxxiv 
Clara 212 
Clarissa 212 
DoUy 303 
Dorothy 197 
Edmund 278 284 
Edward 210 

Ekiward IngersoU xli 

Elearer 309 

Elizabeth 278 

Evelyn Maud Ixixiv 

Frances James 322 

Francis 309 

Frederick Wires xxivi Ixxxiii 

George 81 293 295 301 

Hannah 189 309 

Harriet Deidamia Ixxxiii 

Isaac John Ixxxiii 

John 304 

John Crosby Ixi 

Jonathan 209 

Josiah 197 

Katharine 293 295 301 

Luke 304 

Lynn Eugene 237 

Mariett 22 

Mary 144 209 210 

Maud Ixxxiv 

Mercy 210 

Moses xli 

Nicholas 321 

Richard Hoxie Ixxxiv 

Samuel 303 

Sarah 309 

Susannah 197 

Thomas 144 293 301 



BROWN cont'd 
Timothy 189 
W. C. 81 

William 276 278 284 285 
William Bradford 161 
BRUCE Sarah 260 
BRUMBAUGH Gains M. 

(Mrs.) 242 
Brunson see Bronson 
BRYAN Elizabeth 179 
BRYANT Albert Withington 
205 
Cynthia 205 
Elizabeth 205 
George Clarke 176 
Jennie 213 
Josiah 205 
Lydia 205 
Nancy 205 
Sarah 205 
Solomon 201 
Susannah 201 
Susannah Tucker 205 
BRYSON Betsey 194 

Maxwell 194 
BUCHAN Elizabeth xxi xxv 

xxxiii Ixix 
BUCK Bucke 

John 222 224 225 
Susan 222 224 
BUCKINGHAM Anne Matilda 
196 
Clarissa 196 
Hezekiah 196 
L/ewis 196 
BUCKMAN Nathan 148 

Sarah 148 
BUFFUM Benajah 12 

Caleb 9 « 

Jacob 6 
James 8 12 
Jonathan 8 10 
Joshua 8 
Samuel 9 
BUGBEE Asa 154 
Jane Kelton 154 
BUHRER Lois Catherine xxi 
BULFINCH Charles Ixxxv 

Elifabeth Ixxxv 
BULKLEY Lucien Duncan ix 
xxi 
Sarah 309 
BULLARD John 303 
Lucy Amanda 267 
Mary Elizabeth 267 
Nathan 267 
BULLOCK Henry E. 64 xxi 
BUMPAS Amelia Drew 128 

Cephas Cushman 128 
BUNKER Aaron 80 
Benjamin T. 80 
Catherine 80 
Charies 80 
Eliz Anne 80 
George R. xxi 
Huldah 80 
Mary 80 
Mary Jane 80 
Mehitable 80 
Sally 80 
Sally P. 80 
Sarah 7 
BUNNELL Anna 195 
John S. 94 
Mary 94 
Burden see Borden 
BURDICK Helene xxi 
Julian (Mrs.) xxi 
Robert 81 
Burdon see Borden 
BURGESS Mary Eugenia 65 
xxv 
Mercy 197 
BURGOYNE John 168 



BURKE Burks 
Abraham 107 
Edmund 73 
EUzabeth 118 239 
Frederick William 239 
Henry Famham Sir 316 • 
James 108 239 

John 107 108 112 117 118 120 
Margaret 117 
Mary 120 
Mary Ann 239 
Rachel 107 108 112 117 118 

120 
Thomas 107 
William 112 
Burnam see Burnham 
BURNAP Anna 272 
DoUy 272 
Edward 272 
Elizabeth 209 
BURNHAM Burnam 
Adelaide L. Ixix 
Eliphalet 308 
Forrest 109 

George Washington Ixix 
Grace 108 109 
James 108 109 
Mary Foster Ixix 
Samuel 109 
BURPEE EUzabeth 252 
BURR Aaron 28 
Avis 186 
Rebecca 28 
Rebecca H. 28 
BURRAGE Andrew Bigelow 
247 
Catherine Lois 247 
Eliza Withington 247 
Elizabeth 247 
Hannah 247 
Hannah J. 247 
Henry 247 
John 247 
Lois 247 
Martin 247 
Priscilla B. 247 
BURRELL Joanna 212 

Ludlow 212 
BURT Emma Josephine xxv 
BURTON John 193 
BUSH Bushe 
Anna 136 
Mary Frances 88 
Mary Louie 156 xxi 
WendeU Ter (Mrs.) xxi 
BUSSELL Buswel Buswell 
Ezekiel 114 
Frances M. 319 
Hannah 111 114 118 119 121 

311315 
Hephzibah 119 
Isaac 111 114 118 119 121 311 

315 
Jonathan 311 
Martha 315 
Sarah 121 
BUTCHER Hugh 295 300 

Margaret 295 300 
BUTLAND Abigail 122 
Amy 313 
Bethia 47 110 
Eli 114 
EUsha 108 

Elizabeth 53 108 111 119 122 
George 46 47 48 53 108 111 

119 122 
George Andross 109 
Jacob 112 
Jeremiah 53 112 
Jesse 313 

John 47 48 50 53 109 111 112 
' 118 122 
Jonathan 111 
Joshua 110 



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BUTLAND oonfd 

Mary 47 48 109 111 112 118 
122 

Mercy 119 

Nathan 60 

Rebecca 118 

Samuel 48 109 110 112 114 
121 313 

Sarah 46 

Tabitha 109 112 114 121 313 

William 47 109 
BUTLER A. T. 316 

Betsey 305 

Clarissa 307 

Diantha 306 

Hannah 309 

Henry 221 

James 304 

Jphn 221 

Joseph 320 

Joyce 221 

Lucy 304 ' 

Lydia 221 

Minerva 306 

Nicholas 221 225 226 

Robert 65 xxv 

Roswell 306 

Ruth 306 

SaUy 302 

Samuel 306 

Sarah 305 

Simeon 303 
BUTTERICK Elisabeth 30 

Jonathan 30 
BUTTON Bede 92 

Humphrey 291 292 

Mary li 

Newbury 92 

Richard 290 296 

Thomas 290 
BUXTON Paul H. (Mrs.) xxv 

Ruth xxv 

James 311 314 
BUZZY Lydia 314 

Paul 311 

Rachel 311 314 
BYINGTON Selina 93 
BYRD see Bird 

CABELL Robert G. (Mrs.) Ixiii 
CAILWEY 62 

Berta62 

EUas62 

John 62 
CAIN Cane 

Abigail 314 

Cha,ritY 315 

Hannah 122 

John 312 314 

Joshua 314 

Lydia 122 315 

Meribah 122 

Sally 314 

Samuel 122 315 

Sarah 312 314 

Susannah 314 

Tabitha 122 
CALEF F. T. 240 

Robert 240 
CALKINS Raymond 89 173 
CALL Calle Caul 

Bennet 222 

Eunice 303 

Frances Caroline Ixxix 

James M. 95 

John 222 

Margaret 222 225 

Mary 200 222 

Sarah Jennette 95 

Thomas 222 225 
CAMPBELL Abner R. 251 

Daniel L. 258 

Jane M. 172 

Louisa 212 i 



CAMPBELL cont'd 

Mary E. 258 

Sarah Caroline 251 
CANDEE Daniel 192 193 
Cane see Cain 
CANFIELD Betsey 184 

Carrie Augusta Ixxix 

Frances Caroline Ixxix 

Josiah 183 

Naomi 183 

William Joseph Ixxix 
CANTWELL — Miss 100 
CAPEN Betsey 198 

David 146 147 

Ebenezer 146 

Elijah 146 

EUfabeth 79 146 148 198 

Emily 260 

Gertrude xxv 

James 146 

Jane 198 

John 198 

Mary 146 204 

Olive 198 

Preserved 146 

Relief 146 147 

Robert 198 

Samuel 79 148 198 

Susannah 146 
C APRON Charles S. bri 

Ellen Frances xlii 
CAREW Carewe Caroe Carow 
Carrowe see also Cooke 

Alice 287 288 

Ambrose 280 289 

Elizabeth 280 282 289 

George 280 

Gerard 280 289 

Humphrey 280 281 283 287 
288 

Joan 289 

John 281 282 283 287 288 289 

Katharine 289 

Mary 289 

Peter 280 289 

Robert 288 

Thomas 280 288 289 

William 280 281 282 288 289 

Wvmond 282 
CAREY Lydia xxi 
CARLETON Cariton 

Guy Lord Dorchester see 
Dorchester Lord 

Mary Ixivi 
CARLISLE Susannah 78 
Carlton see Carleton 
Caroe see Carew 
Carow see Carew 
CARPENTER Clarissa 209 

Cyrus 209 

Eliphalet 101 

Jane xliii 

Mahala 101 

Martha 101 

Thena li 

WUliam 322 
CARR Carre 

Elizabeth 230 232 

Lois 199 

Richard 230 

Samuel (Mrs.) 64 75 xix xxi 

Sarah Elinor Frances 214 

Susan Waters xxi . 
CARRICK Alice Van Leer xviii 
CARRINGTON Anna 184 

John 81 

Peter 184 

Sarah 179 184 
CARROLL Alice 137 

Thomas 137 
Carrowe see Csurew 
CARTER Abigail Ivii 

Alice 279 288 

Beledera 308 

Dorothy 306 



CARTER cont'd 

Humphrey 283 284 

John 281 288 304 

Luke 306 

Mercia 306 . 

Nancy 303 

Patty 303 

Prudence 306 

Relief 308 

Susannah 304 

Thomas 280 288 303 

Willis 308 
CARTIER Jacques 168 
CARTWRIGHT Jane 137 

Joan 137 

Thomas 137 
CARVER Eugene Pendleton 

316 xxi 
CASE Louisa Williams 75 xiii 

CASEY Carl xxi 
CASS Daniel 34 

Esther 33 34 

John 33 34 

Matthew 34 

Samuel S4 

Sarah 34 

Sophia 34 
CASWELL Estelle S. 40 

Gertrude xli . 

John (Mrs.) xli 
CATCHPOLE Catchpoll Catoh- 
polle Catchpoole Katch- 
poU 

283 

Joan 281 

John 283 

Margaret 282 283 

Robert 281 282 283 
CATLIN Ruth Ixxvui 
Caul see Call 
CECILIA Countess 62 
Chace see Chase 
CHADBURN Betsey 314 

Bridget 314 

James 314 

John 314 

Joshua 314 » 

Lucy 314 

Mary 314 

Susannah 314 ^ ^ 

CHAD WICK Lee Sherman 316 
CHAFFEE Addie 22 

Experience 246 

Venie 26 
CHALLIS Maiy xci 
CHAMBERLAIN Chamberlm 

Dolly B. 40 

Edward Sir 137 

Elizabeth 31 lii 

Enoch lii 

George Walter 79 158 240 

Jacob 152 

Louisa Ivi 

Mary 31 137 

Mary Herbert li lii 

Rebecca 212 

Samuel 31 152 

Sarah 28 199 

William lii 
CHAMBERLY Richard 292 
CHAMPION Thomas 220 
CHAMPNEY EUzabeth 163 
CHANDLER AbigaU 160 

Abraham 150 

Blanche 6 

Caroline 207 

Caroline E. 207 

Esther 308 

Gardner 253 

George W. 5 

Hannah 150 Ixxvi 

Hannah Maria 207 

Huldah lix 

Isaac 207 



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CHANDLER cont'd 

Isaac Henry 207 

John lix 

Jonathan 150 

Livona 253 

Lucy 206 

Maria 207 
CHANEY Chany 

Daniel 105 

Dorcas 313 315 

Hannah 315 

Joseph 313 315 

Mercy 315 

Priscilla315 

Reuben 315 

Sarah 105 
CHAPIN Cynthia 308 

Howard M. 162 

Japhet 308 

Mary 308 
CHAPMAN 299 

Charlotte A. xci 

George xxv 

Henry 8. 316 

John 111 291 

Mary 122 144 

Miriam 111 122 

Nathaniel 111 122 

Olive 290 

Robert 290 299 

Thomas 290 
CHARLTON Earle Perry 155 

xxi 
CHASE Chace 

— Mr. 114 123 

Anne xl 

Anthony Ixxxiii 

Aquila xixviii Ix 

Bertha L. 15 

Clarissa Andrews xxrviii 

D. 13 

Electa 101 

Emily Greene Ixxxiii 

Emma F. 16 

FideUa 16 

George Bigelow xxxvi xxxviii 
xxxix xl 

Hannah Ixxxiii ^ 

Ida Marion v vi 

Irving Hall 155 xxi 

Isaac 16 

James F. 159 

John CarroU 63 69 73 75 76 
165 156 157 237 V vi vii 
viii ix xi xii xviii 

Lucy 101 

Lucy Sevign 13 

Rebecca Bragdon Ix 

Sarah A. 20 

Seth 101 

Stephen xxxviii 

Theodore xxxviii 

CHATFIELD Abigail 188 194 

Betsey 192 196 

Divine 196 

Ebenezer 188 

EUzabeth 179 181 

Esther 179 

George 181 188 

Gideon 192 196 

John 179 181 188 192 196 

Mamre 196 

MindweU 188 

Sarah 181 183 
CHAUMBRE Thomas 134 
CHAUMONT Clinton A. 15 
Cheeney see Cheney 
CHEEVER Caroline Parker 264 

Daniel 30 

Israel 30 

Juliana 264 

Mary 30 

Ruth 30 

William 264 



CHENEY Cheeney 

Anna 94 

Daniel 311 

Dorcas 123 311 

Joseph 123 311 

Ruth 208 

Sarah 123 
CmCK Anna 206 

Edson 206 
CHILD Childs 

Ellen S. Ixvi 

Eunice 257 

Otis Ixvi 

Samuel Mitchell viii 

Sarah 149 
CHILSON Benjamin 249 

John 307 

Lydia 249 

Susan 249 
CHIPMAN Hope 141 

John 141 142 

Joseph 95 

Julia Eliza 95 

Lydia 141 

Ruth 141 
CHOATE Caroline Dutcher xxi 

Joseph Hodges xxxviii 

Joseph Hodges (Mrs.) 76 xxi 

Rufus 166 
CHURCH Deborah Perry Ixxix 

Henry 58 139 

Joes see Joyce 

Joyce 58 139 

Marie 58 139 

Samuel 159 

Thomas 68 
CHUTE Edward 219 

Mary 262 
CLAFLIN Anna 254 

Comfort 254 

Laura Jane 254 

Lydia 254 

William 68 69 
CLAPP Clap 

Abigail 211 

Benjamin 146 

Betsey 252 

Carohne Frothingham 262 

Elizabeth 145 203 206 

Elizabeth Humphries 266 

Esther 214 

Hannah 146 304 

Harriet Sherburne 252 

Hopestill 145 

Jane 252 

Joel 303 

John 251 252 

Joseph 252 

Judith 152 

Lucy 251 252 

Lydia 248 

Mary 145 152 186 187 

Noah 201 

Priscilla 251 252 

Roger Ivii 

Samuel 145 

Sarah 150 

Sarah Ann 251 

Sarah Blake xlii 

Sophia S. 154 

Susannah 251 

Thomas 187 

WilUam 211 266 

William White 262 
CLARENCE Plantagenet 
Thomas Duke of 134 
CLARK Clarke Gierke 

— Mr. 114 115 123 

Aaron 109 

Abel 180 

Abigail 45 117 308 

Abraham 107 

Adam 108 

Adrye see Audry 

Agnes 275 278 282 



CLARK cont'd 

Alice 275 276 277 

Ann 276 277 

Anna 122 

Aola Constance 99 

Arthur 58 139 

Arthur B. 81 

Arthur March xxxvi xlvi 

Atherton xlvi 

Audry 277 

Benjamin 311 

Betsey 307 

Betty 122 

Carewe 274 275 276 278 279 

Catherine Monroe xlvi 

Christopher 274 276 278 279 
. Constancea see Aola Con- 
stance 

Daniel 106 

Datre see Dorothy 

Deborah 183 Iviii 

Dorothy 275 276 278 279 

Edward 275 276 

Eleazer 45 105 106 108 109 

110 117 120 121 122 
Eli 110 

EUzabeth 58 99 105 106 108 
109 110 117 120 121 122 
139 177 276 277 279 

EUen 275 278 

Esther 120 315 

Eunice 30 

Frank M. 159 

Frederic V. 76 xxv 

George 276 

Hannah 122 148 177 304 

Hawkins 192 

Henry White 99 

Hugh xlvi 

Isaac 105 108 

Jacob 111 

James 44 308 

James Wilson xlvi 

Jane 58 139 279 

Jane W. 207 

Jeremiah xvi 

Joan 275 276 279 

John 58 109 139 273 274 276 

276 277 278 279 280 284 
289 303 xlvi 

Jonathan 108 304 

Joseph 106 111 112 193 273 

275 276 277 280 301 
Joshua 106 
Josiah 110 
Juliana 275 277 
Katharine 274 276 277 279 

281 289 315 
Lawrence 276 
Lemuel 48 109 111 120 
Lois 193 
Lydia 106 107 108 109 110 

111 112 119 120 121 122 
Mabel 95 

Margaret 274 275 276 277 

278 279 280 
Martha 105 108 109 115 116 

117 121 180 277 
Mary 47 51 121 274 275 276 

277 279 303 
Mary Bosworth 316 
Michael 183 

Nathaniel 43 44 45 47 48 49 
61 105 108 109 111 115 116 
117 120 121 122 311 315 

Nicholas 282 

Patience 46 49 109 111 116 
120 121 183 

Peter xlvi 

Phebe 120 

Prudence 203 302 

Rebecca 267 

Richard 276 277 

Robert 275 276 277 278 302 
305 



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CLARK cont'd 

Rose 275 277 279 295 301 

8aUy 302 

Samuel 45 106 107 108 109 

110 112 119 121 122 315 
Sarah 115 279 311 315 
Seth 109 
Solomon 109 
Susan 277 

Susannah 116 119 303 
Thaddeufl 321 
Thomas 273 274 275 276 277 

278 279 295 301 
Timothy 110 

William 30 159 177 275 276 
277 280 301 
CLARY Ethan Allen 304 
CLAY Clayes 
Abigail 44 
Mary 44 
Nathaniel 43 
Sarah Jane 252 
Thomas G. 252 
CLAYTON Sarah 233 
CLEAVELAND Keziah 198 
CLEMENS OUve 21 
CLEOPATRA Queen of Egypt 

318 
Gierke see Clark 
CLEVE Georee 168 
CLIFFORD Berta de 61 

CLINTON 136 

Abigail 194 
Anna 136 
Ebenezer 194 
Elizabeth 97 
Hannah 97 
Lawrence 97 
Sarah 194 
CLOBERY William 234 
CLOUGH Abigail L. 253 
Clark 271 
Damaris 253 
David 253 
David D. 253 
Ellen M. 41 
Ermina Isabel 253 
Horace M. 253 
John A. 41 
John L. 41 
Laura 253 
Sarah 247 
Susan 271 
William 247 
CLUETT Walter H. 65 xxv 
CLYMER Annie M. xxv 
COARAS Abraham 228 
COBB Josiah 307 
Phebe 307 
Robert 304 
Samuel C. Uxxvii 
Semira 35 
COBURN Cobourn 
Ebenezer 46 
Elizabeth N. B. 81 159 
Frank Warren 242 
Hannah 46 
Thankful 304 
COCHRAN Asa F. Ixiv 
Emily Fuller Ixiv 
Rachel Lrrvi 
CODDINGTON WUIi&m 236 
COE Curtis Ixxiv 
Dudlev Ixxv 
Eben Ixxiv 
John Ixxiv 
Joseph Ixxiv 
Mary liiiv 
Robert Ixxiv Ixxv 
Sada Loantha Ixxv 
Thomas Upham xxxiv Ixxiv 
Ixxv 
COFFIN May 39 
Coke SM Cook 



Index of Persons 



COLBURN Colboum 

Abigail 248 253 

Abram 249 253 264 

Apphia 253 

Archibald 249 253 264 

Charles 253 

Charlotte Abigail 253 

David Osborn 253 264 

Elizabeth 253 

Flavilla 36 

Jane 253 264 

John 253 

Joshua Atwood 271 

Lorinda Colburn 271 . 

Nathaniel 321 

Sarah 36 

Susannah 303 

Thirza 249 253 264 

William 36 
COLBY Mary Frances Ixxii 

Rebecca 253 
COLE Coles 

Alice 58 139 

Bethia 106 109 116 117 118 

Charles Briggs 75 xxi 

Eed 116 118 

Elizabeth 44 

George 58 139 

Isaac 219 

Jane 220 

Joan 220 

John 106 109 116 117 118 

Joseph 212 

Keziah 48 116 117 

Lydia 264 271 

Marcus 302 

Mary 48 49 54 212 

Nathaniel 264 

Nicholas 43 

Philip 48 

Rebecca 46 48 49 54 

Samuel 44 46 47 48 49 54 

Sarah 46 117 212 215 

Sophia 264 304 

Thomaa Frederick x xxi 

Ursula 136 

William 48 
COLEMAN Colmam Colman 

Caroline Leonard 262 

Clarissa 3a3 

Cynthia 308 

Harriet Withington 262 

James Chute 261 

Jeremiah 262 

Jesse 307 

John 306 

Joseph 222 

Mary 222 262 

Oliver 304 

Sarah 222 

Sarah Elizabeth 261 

Zachary 222 
Coles see Cole 

COLESWORTHY AUce Elira- 
beth 246 

Daniel Clement 246 

Mary Jane 246 
COLLAMORE Horace L. 126 

Lydia 126 
COLLIER EUzabeth 145 

COLLINS 91 

George K. 81 
Hannah 91 177 
Holdridge Ozro 175 
John 177 

Sarah Stewart 214 
Colmam see Coleman 
Colman see Coleman 
COLSON Joseph 201 
Mary 201 
Miriam 201 
Thomas 201 
COLTON Mary 26 
COLWELL Agnes 138 
Barbara 138 



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John 138 

Lucy 138 

Marie 138 

Richard 138 

Tecla 138 

Thomas 138 
COMSTOCK Sarah 263 

Thankful 306 

William Ogilvie 157 vi 
CONAHAN Susan Elizabeth 

xvii 
CONANT Elvira 212 

Ezra 212 
CONE Eliza 35 

Kate Eugenia viii 

Sarah 163 164 

Theodore 35 
CONGDON G. E. 241 
CONNAWAY Martha 115 

Mary 115 

Robert 115 
CONVERSE Cheney R. 17 

Deborah 21 

Fannv 17 

Josiah 102 

Maria E. 102 

Matilda 16 

Minerva E. 102 
COOK Coke Cooke Kooke see 
also Carew ~ 

283 

Abigail li 

Adam 39 

Alice 279 281 287 288 

Ambrose 280 289 

Ann 281 

Bridget Ixxviii 

Eleanor O. 39 

Elizabeth 280 281 282 289 
303 

Esther 304 

Frances 267 

Francis 244 

George 280 285 287 288 289 

Gerard 280 289 

Humphrey 283 287 288 289 

Jesimiel O. 39 

Joan 280 281 289 

John 233 279 280 281 282 283 

285 287 288 289 
Katharine 274 277 279 281 

289 
Levi 305 
Louis J, A. 39 
Lucia A. 39 
Lydia 126 128 
Margaret 280 282 
Mary 128 233 281 289 302 
Matilda 280 
MoUy 243 
Peter 280 289 
Rachel 306 
Rebecca 28 

Robert 126 281 283 288 
Rosanna 189 
Sarah 126 
Solomon 304 
Sylvanus 128 
Thomas 233 280 281 282 283 

284 285 286 287 288 289 
William 280 281 282 283 285 

286 287 288 289 
Winifred E. J. 39 

COOLIDGE Algernon Ixxxv 
Clara Ixxxviii 

Eleonora Randolph Ixxxviii 
Eleonora Wayles Ixxxv 
Elizabeth Ixxxv 
Ellen Randolph Ixxxv 
Hetty Sullivan Ixxxvii 
John Ixxxv 
Joseph Ixxxv 
Joseph Randolph Ixxxv 
Manan Appleton Ixxxvii 



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COOLIDGE cont'd 

Sarah L. Ixxxviii 

Sidney Ixxxv 

Thomas Jefferson xxxiv Ixxxv 
Ixxxvi Ixxxvii Ixxxviii 
COOMBES Adelaide Marlow 

255 
COON Sarah Ann 93 
COOPER Cornelia Rosette 95 

Elizabeth 92 

George R. 95 

Jude 92 

Mehitable 92 

Sally 188 

Sarah 181 
COPE Anna 159 

Gilbert 159 
COPLEY John Singleton 156 
COREY Deloraine Pendre 244 

Juliana 264 
CORNING Mary 85 
CORNISH Hannah 189 

John 189 

Susannah 189 
CORSE Azariah 18 

Betsey 18 

Caroline 18 

Ezeriah see Azariah 

Sophia 103 
COSHIER Mercy 178 195 

Thomas 178 195 
COSTLOW Rhoda A. 14 
COTTERILL Ernest 263 

Rose Harmanson 263 
COTTING Amos Ixxii 

Charles Edward xxxiv Ixxii 

Charles Uriah Ixxii 

Dianah Ixxii 

Harriet Ixxii 

Ruth Stetson Ixxii 

Susan Cordelia Ixxii 
COTTON Frank Ethridge xi 

Maria 207 
COUCHMAN Sarah 218 
COUSENS Cousins Cussens 
Cussins 

Abigail 45 46 112 113 114 118 
121 

Benjamin 54 

Dorothy 121 

Elisha 107 

Ichabod 49 50 53 54M05 107 
109 116 

Irene 122 

John 45 46 53 107^112 118 120 
121 122 311 

Joseph 105 

Katharine 121 

Mary 107 118 120 121 122 
311 

Nathaniel 109 

Obadiah 311 

Ruth 105 107 109 116 

Samuel 105 114 

Thomas 49 112 113 114 121 

William 107 
COVENTRY Mary Ellen 237 

Thomas Sir 234 
COWARD Hugh 159 
COWEN William B. (Mrs.) 157 
COWPER Johane 290 
COX Hannah 266 

Helena Augusta xxr\' xciii 

Henry 266 

Sarah Elizabeth 266 

Walter H. 266 
COXER Robert 276 
COY Levi 308 
COYLE John G. 161 
CRAFTS Amaaa 251 

Sarah Ellen 251 

Sarah Rebecca 251 
CRAM Katharine Holton 76 
CRANE Albert xiii 

Desire 79 198 



CRANE cont'd 

Elihu 203 

Elijah 79 198 

Elizabeth 203 

Esther 248 

Hannah 203 

Harriet 79 198 

John Thomas 79 198 

Keziah 198 

Malley 79 

Mary 79 198 248 

Nathan 203 248 

Phillip 79 198 

Phineas Miller 79 198 

Susan Hooker 79 198 

Thomas 198 

Winthrop Murray xxxiii xciii 
CRARY Jerry 65 xxi 
CRAWFORD Catherine Allen 
xci 

Ellen Josephine xxxvi xc 

Hannah Sprague 320 321 

Jefferson xci 

John 320 

John Douglas xci 

John Jennings xci 

Judith MacMillan xci 

Mary 320 

Seth Turner xci 
CRAWLEY Sarah 206 
CREDIFORD Credifer 

Abigail 53 122 

Benjamin 47 109 118 120121 
122 312 313 

Elisabeth 313 

Esther 53 56 105 116 117 119 

Hannah 121 

Isaac 109 110 

Jane 109 118 120 121 122 312 
313 

John 47 109 110 112 119 

Joseph 47 53 56 105 113 116 
117 119 

Joshua 111 

Jo8iah51 107 109111 112 113 
117 119 

Judith 109 110 119 

Keziah 117 

Lois 119 

Lvdia 117 

Mary 47 107 109 111 112 113 
117 119 

Nathaniel 47 109 

Rachel 47 48 50 120 

Rebecca 116 

Samuel 105 

Sarah 118 

Stephen 312 

Tabitha 119 

William Eaton 109 
CRESSY William 296 
CRISPE Henry 219 
CRITTENDEN Isaac 304 
CROMER Elizabeth 289 

Thomas 280 289 
Cromwell Thomas Earl of 

Essex see Essex Earl of 
CROSBY Emma XXV 

Henrietta Marian Ixv 

Stephen Van Rensselaer Ixv 

William Howard (Mrs.) 155 

XXV 

CROSS Crosse 

Abisha 302 

Elizabeth 233 

Jude 302 

Rufus 304 
CROSSET Sophia 308 
CROTCH William 6 
CROW Crowe 

John 240 

Richard 283 

Susan 99 
CROWDE Ann 277 

Edward 277 



Crowe see Crow 
CROWELL F. E. 240 

Martha A. 96 

Rhoda 251 

Warren 251 
CRYDER Mary Alsop ixv 
CULLUM James Barlow xxi 
CULPEPER William 219 
CUMMINGS Adelaide J. 37 

Emily Almy xciii 

Harriet Alma 82 157 

Lucius 37 

Ruth 65 XXV 

Smith 37 
CUNNABELL Martha 89 
CUNNINGHAM John Parker 

Hale 76 xxi 
CURTIS Curtice 

Abigail 121 

Alice 113 121 123 313 

Annis 91 

Comfort 247 

Ebenezer 91 

Edward 96 

Jacob 121 

John 290 

Lydia- R. 96 

Margaret Pelham xxv 

Mercy 120 121 

Nelson Iv 

Roxana 204 

Ruth 186 

Ruth Ann 267 

Samuel 113 120 121 123 313 

Sarah 123 186 247 

Virginia Iv 
CURZONAnna 135 

Vincent 135 
CUSHING Benjamin 201 

Hannah 197 

Laban 197 

Nancy 197 

Susannah 201 
CUSHMAN Asa 128 

Caroline Foster 128 

Edwin 128 

Elizabeth Ixxix 

Francis Drew 128 

George Walter 128 

Judith A. 128 

Lydia Cook 128 

Mary 128 

Sylvia 128 

Thomas 128 
Cussens see Cousena 
Cussins see Cousens 
CUTBARD George 293 
CUTLER Marian Ixxxvii 
CUTTEN Sarah 7 
CUTTER Esther 209 

Sarah 211 
CUTTING Lottie E. 20 

Thomas 281 
CYCH Edmund 295 

Mary 295 

DALE William 297 
DALRYMPLE Isaac 247 

Mary Anna 247 

Susannah 247 
DAME Richard 10 
DAMMERS Edward A. 205 

Sarah Elizabeth 205 
DAMON Annie xxv 

Charles 209 

Deborah 150 

Elizabeth 150 

Esther 248 

Frank Hardy (Mrs.) xxv 

Joseph 150 

Lucretia 209 
DANA John 202 

Lydia 202 

Mary 202 



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evil 



DANA cont'd 

Napoleon Jackson Tecumseh 
li 
DANCY Dansy Dauntesey 

Ambrose 137 

Jane 137 

Joan 137 

Mabel 62 

Richard 62 
DANE Eliza 306 
DANFORTH Benjamin 144 

Bethia 144 

Elizabeth 144 

Jonathan 144 

Joseph 144 

Mary 144 

Nicholas 144 

Samuel 143 144 

Sarah 144 

Thomas 144 
DANIELS A. J. Ixxvii 

Ellen A. 101 

Gideon 101 

Mary 101 
DANNETT Dorothy 136 

John Sir 136 
Dansy see Dancy 
DARBY Charles 293 
DARLING Enoch 6 

William Lafayette 155 xxi 
Dauntesey see Dancy 
DAVENPORT Abby Frances 
128 

Abigail 89 

Caroline 205 

Elizabeth 248 

Henry 205 

John 89 

Samuel 248 
Daves see Davis 
DAVIDSON Anna 210 

Benjamin 210 

Caroline A. H. 210 

Elizabeth 210 

George 210 

Harriet 18 

Heman 210 

James 210 
DAVIS Daves Davies 

Abigail 177 192 

Abigail I-X)cke 211 

Alice 183 Ixvii 

Alonzo B. 40 

Amelia 192 

Amos 27 

Andrew McFarland xxxiv lix 

Anna 147 183 

Bancroft Gheradi Ix 

Benjamin 183 

Charles B. 162 

Clara Martha 27 

Clarissa 259 

Cyrus 192 

Dan 178 183 

Daniel 189 191 192 

David L. 259 

Dolly 211 

Dolor lix 

Edna 120 

Eleanor W. Ix 

Electa 308 

Elias 177 

Eliza lix 

Elizabeth 307 

Emma Pay 40 

Enoch 106 115 116 117 118 
119 120 311 

Esther 199 

Eunice 192 

Ezra 250 

Francis 269 

Fred (Mrs.) 65 xxvi 

Frederica K. Ix 

George Washington 211 

Hannah 178 183 191 192 



DAVIS cont'd 

Henrietta Parker lix 

Henry Ebenezer Ixvi 

Horace lix 

Horace Andrew Ix 

Isaac 183 lix 

Ithiel 183 

James 106 211 311 312 

James Francis 211 

Jerusha 116 118 

Joanna 250 

John 183 189 191 211 306 lix 

Joseph 195 

Josiah 31 

Julien Tappan xxxiii Ixvi 

Katharine 106 115 116 117 
118 119 120 

Lydia 211 xxi 

Lydia Carlton 269 

Martha Isadore 12 

Mary 31 115 210 250 

Mary Gilbert 211 

Mary Jane 211 

Mitty 195 

Naomi 183 

Nathan 191 

Nicholas 279 

Norman H. x xxi 

Rachel 195 

Rebecca 308 

Rebecca Waldo Ixvi 

Relief 27 

Reuben 183 

Rhoda J. 211 

Rowena 192 

Ruth 183 

Sabra 269 

Samuel 191 lix 

Samuel Gilbert 210 

Sarah 118 183 279 311 312 

Sarah M. 211 

Simon lix 

Susannah 189 

William G. 166 

William Luther (Mrs.) xxi 
DAY 120 147 

Abraham 113 

Benjamin 105 112 113 122 
313 

Betty 122 

Curtis Fisher xxvi 

Dependence 312 

Dorcas 115 

Elisabeth 311 312 313 315 

Elizabeth 110 112 117 122 
123 

Esther 117 

Hannah 115 

Henry 311 

Hilton 105 312 313 

John 110 

John William Iv 

Joseph 105 106 110 112 115 
117 120 122 123 311 315 

Lucv 315 

Lydia 313 

Mahalav 303 

Mary 113 115 122 313 

Mary Agatha Iv 

Mercy 120 

Molly 122 

Patience 105 106 115 117 

Phebe 115 123 

Priscilla 115 313 

Sarah 115 

Thankful 147 

William 106 
DAYAW Mary 28 
DAYTON Elizabeth 178 
DEAN Deane 

Almira Ixiviii 

Benjamin 151 

C. Ellen 100 

Carrie Augusta Ixxix 

Eli lxx\'iii 



DEAN cont'd 

Elva Canfield Ixxix 

Emily 25 

Eunice 17 

Frances Caroline Ixxix 

Henry Ixxviii 

Isadore 28 

John 151 xvii Ixxviii 

John Ward 68 

Marvin Ansel xxxiii Ixxviii 
Ixxix 

Mary 151 

Robert 17 

Truman 100 

Walter xvii 

William Ixxviii 

William Dwight Ixxix 
DEARBORN Harriet 214 
De Arcubus see Arcubus 
De Arsic see Arsic 
De Bereford see Bereford 
De Boer see Boer 
De Bokland see Bokland 
De Bolebec see Bolebec 
De Bracton see Bracton 
De Brionne see Brionne 
DECATUR Stephen 241 
De CliflFord see Clifford 
DEERING Charles (Mrs.) x 
xxi 

Marion xxi 
De Fiennes see Fiennes 
De Freville see Freville 
De Gardinis see Gardinis 
De Gournay see Gournay 
De Gray see Gray 
De Grey see Gray 
De Huntercombe see Hunter- 
combe 
De Kailly see Kailly 62 
DELANO Lannoy 

Amy li 

Annie xxii 

Catherine Robbins Ixxix 

Deborah Perry Ixxix 

Elizabeth Ixxix 

Ellen Walters Ixxix 

Ephraim Ixxix 

Eugene xxxiii Ixi 

Frederic Adrian xxv 

Hester de Ixxix 

Hopestill 125 

Jane Ixxix 

Jean Walters Ixxix 

Jennie Ixxix 

Jonathan Ixxix 

Joshua 125 

Laura Franklin ixxix 

Lyman Ixxix 

Mercy Ixxix 

Moreau Ixii 

Philippe de Ixxix 

Sara Ixxix 

Susan Cordelia Ixxii 

Sylvia 125 

Thomas Ixxix 

Warren xxxiii Ixxix 

William Adams Ixii 
DELAVAN Mary 196 
De Longespeye see Longespeye 
DELUGE Francis 153 

Judith 153 
De Meduana see Meduana 
De Missenden see Missenden 
DEMMAN Rhoda 307 
DEM MARY Moses 308 
De Mo.rteyn see Morton 
De Mountchensy see Mount- 

chensy 
DENHAM Eleanor Cotton v 

viii xi 
DENIO Herbert Williams 12 98 
DENISON Charles L. ix xxi 
DENNIS Annie Isabel Ixxxix 

Arthur Ixxxviii 



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DENNIS cont'd 

Arthur Wellington xxxiv 
Ixxxviii 

Elizabeth Ixxxviii 

Hope Ann Ixxxviii Ixxxix 

John Ixxxviii 

John Rhodes Ixxxix 

John Robinson Ixxxviii 

Sarah 3 
De ShareshuU see Shareshull 
DESPENCER Hugh Sir 63 
DEUEL Mary Ann 322 
DE VRIES John xxvi 
DEWSBURY Hester Ixxix 
DEXTER Alice Sumner xxvi 
DIBBLE Florence Fowler Ixxxiv 
Dickenson see Dickinson 
DICKERMAN Horace William 
xxvi 

Watson Bradley xxii 
DICKINSON Dickenson Dicon- 
son 

— Capt. 188 

Elizabeth 223 224 

F. S. 24 

Fanny 24 

Robert 224 

Susan 223 

Susannah 183 
DIGBY William 1G8 
DILLES DiUey DiUis 

Mary 124 
DINSMORE Abel 320 
DIRRICK Dirricke 

Ann 224 

William 224 
DIXON Harriet Ixx 
DOANE Benjamin 13 

Flora Ardelia 13 

Harvey 98 

Mariett J. 98 

Persis 98 
DOBLE Israel 254 

Maria K. 254 
DODGE Dorcas 306 

Francis Phelps xxii 

Hannah 302 

Lvdia 265 

Phebe 302 
DOE Elmer Ellsworth 241 
DOGGETT Mary 201 

Samuel Bradlee vi 
DOLBEAR Lydia211 
DOLE Barnet Wait 304 
DONALDSON Donnaldson 

Nehemiah 50 51 
Donham see Dunham 
Donnaldson see Donaldson 
DONNER 231 

John 228 231 
DOOLITTLE Abraham 193 

Ann 193 

Daniel 178 

Elizabeth 178 

Hannah 193 

John 193 

Thomas 193 
DORCHESTER Carleton Guy 

Lord 168 
DORMAN 53 

Anna 183 

Hannah 181 

Jabez 53 

James 183 

Phebe 148 

Sarah 186 
DOTY Edward 244 
DOUGLASS Dougless 

James 108 116 117 

Margaret 108 116 117 

Mary 116 

Robert 108 

Robert Dun xxii 

Sarah 117 



DOW George Francis vii xvi 

Neal 166 

Richard 9 
DOWNER Sarah A. 21 
DOWNS Edward 149 

Hannah 149 

Ruth 149 
DOWS Tracy xxii 
DRAKE Abigail 151 

Bethuel 198 

Enoch 151 

Harriet 198 

Lemuel 151 

Samuel Gardner 66 67 217 

Sarah 151 
DRANE Thomas 290 
DREW Christopher Prince 129 

Dorothy 126 

Lucy 129 

Molly 129 

Seth 129 

Svlvia 128 

Zenas 124 
DRINKWATER Charles J. 255 

Cora Livingston 255 
DRURY David 32 

Ebenezer 32 

Elizabeth 32 

Gershom 32 ', 

Hannah 32 

John 32 

Jonathan 32 

Mary 32 

Nathan 32 

Samuel 32 

Thomas 32 

William H. Ixxxiii 

Zodekiah 32 
DUBOIS Alexander 212 

Ellen 212 

^Laria 212 
DUDLEY Ann 236 

Dorothv 236 

Mercy 236 

Patience 236 

SHmucl 236 

Sarah 236 

Thomas 236 
DUFFIELD Margarotta 97 
DUKE Edward 218 219 
DUNAKIN Olive 259 
DUNBAR Imogene Fobs 28 

Nancy 266 

Sarah 28 

Rtenhon 28 
DUNHAM Donham Dunnam 

Abigail 116 

Daniel 108 

Daphna 23 I 

Ebenezer 107 ' 

Elkanah 106 

H. W. 23 

Ichabod 105 106 107 108 116 
119 120 

Jeremiah 105 

Laura A. 23 

Laura Tinnie 27 

Lydia 116 120 

Marv 105 106 107 108 116 
119 120 

Meribah 119 

Miriam 120 
DUNKIN Samuel 220 
DUNN Dorothy Potter 28 
Dunnam see Dunham 
DUNNING Abiah 15 
DUNSTER Annie xlix 

Henry xlix 
DUNSTON William 291 
DU PONT Alexis Iren6e (Mrs.) 
155 xxii 

Elizabeth Canby xxii 

Ethel xxii 

William K. (Mrs.) 64 xxii 



DURAND Abigail 179 

Damaris 179 

Elizabeth 179 

John 179 

Mercy 179 

Noah 179 

Ruth 179 
DURANT Susannah Lincoln 
206 

William W. 206 
DURKEE Ada Lucina 271 

Arthur Robert 271 

E. W. 316 

Elisha 271 

George Morse 271 

Irwin Henry 271 

Louisa Emmeline 271 

Myron Elisha 271 

Rebecca W. 271 

Silas Whidden 271 
DURRELL Durrel 

Annis 115 

Harold Clarke 42 77 viii xxxii 

Keziah 115 116 

Philip 115 116 

Sarah 115 

Zerviah 116 
DUTTON Ellen M. 41 

George W. 41 

Jasper W. 41 

Lephe A. 41 

Olive M. 41 
DWIGHT Abigail 84 

Benjamin 84 

Benjamin W. 83 

Caroline 88 

Edmund Ixxxv 

Edwin 86 

Edwin Welles 83 84 86 

Ellen Randolph Ixxxv 

Frances March 88 

Henrv 83 86 

Henry Williams 83 88 

.lames M. B. Ixxxiv 

John 83 84 86 

Joseph 83 84 86 87 

Mary 84 

Marv Jane 83 85 

Nathaniel A. 86 

Richard Henry Winslow 83 84 
85 8() 87 88 xxvii xxxiv xciii 

Susan Hooker 79 198 

Timothy 83 86 

Winslow 88 
DYER-Hephzibah 254 

John 202 

Marv 147 

Ruth 202 

Sarah 202 
DYKE Constance 137 

Henry I'.T 

EAGER Ann Eliza 251 

Anna Francis 251 

Edwards Nelson 251 

Elizabeth 251 

Elizabeth Adeline 251 

Florence Withington 251 

Gertrude 251 

John Perry 251 

Mabel 251 

Nahum 251 

Phebe 272 

Ruth Isabel 251 

Sumner Withington 251 

Winchester Ward 251 
EARLE Earl 

Emeline A. 35 

Hannah 9 

Mary 233 

Relief 16 

Royal 35 

Sarah 197 

Thomas 197 

William 233 



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Index of Persons 



cix 



EASTERMAN Mary Iv 
EASTMAN Peter 90 

Sarah 90 xci 
EATON Albe 222 

Anne 111 113 121 313 314 

Ebenezer 199 

Elisabeth 313 

Elizabeth 121 

Frances xlv 

George Nathaniel xlv 

John 222 312 

Jonas 222 

Joseph 105 113 312 313 

Joshua 53 111 113 118 121 
313 314 

Lydia312 313 

Martha 53 222 

Mary 53 105 IIG 118 314 

Mary Preston 199 

Ruth 116 

Sarah 53 118 313 

Susan Brimmer xlv 

William 47 53 105 116 222 
ECKER Frederick H. x xxii 
ECKLEY Joseph 67 
EDDY Eli 308 

Emma 37 

Frank 37 

Robert Henry 70 

Thalia Ixv 
EDES Grace xxvi 

Henry Herbert (Mrs.) xxvi 
EDGAR Herman Le Roy xlii 

Mary xlii 

Marv Edmondson xlii 
EDGCOMB Edgcom 

Robert 53 

Sarah 53 
EDGELL Louisa Ivi 

Mary Chamberlin Ivi 

Stephen Madison Ivi 
Edmands see Edmunds 
EDMONDSON Mary xlii 
EDMUNDS Edmands 

Abigail 258 

Amos 258 

Anna 258 

John Stetson xxvi 
EDSON Betsey 307 

David 303 

Hannah 305 

Howard 302 

Jacob 203 
EDWARDS Daniel 105 314 315 

Dorcas 51 122 314 

Elisabeth 314 315 

Elizabeth 54 58 105 

Hannah 49 314 

Joanna 112 114 122 310 312 

Jonathan 89 xlv 

Joshua 50 112 114 122 310 
312 

Malachi 49 50 51 54 105 

Nathaniel 312 

Nicholas 58 

Sarah 89 

Stephen 114 _ 

Susannah 315 

Timothy 89 
EELLS Charles Parmelee 64 

xxii 
Egelden see Iggleden 
ELDRED Dorcas 43 

Patience Glover 207 

William 207 
ELDRIDGE Eldredge 

Daniel 311 312 

Elisabeth 313 314 

Francis 312 

George Withington 263 

Hannah 311 312 

Henry 263 

Joseph 313 314 

Mary 313 

Marv Elizabeth 263 



ELDRIDGE cont'd 

Pelatiah 311 

Sarah 263 

Shalor Winchell 162 

William James 263 

Winifred Comstock 263 
ELIOT Elliott 

Adam 108 

Andrew 109 xcii 

Caroline Dawes xcii 

Elizabeth 144 

James 108 109 

John 144 226 xliii 

Margaret 108 109 

Mercy 81 

Philip 144 146 

Sarah H. xliii 

Thomas Dawes xcii 
ELLIS Elyce Elys 

Abigail 197 

Albert S. 81 

Dorothy 148 

Elizabeth N. B. 159 

Eunice 303 

Herbert W. 81 159 

Jemima 307 

Jesse 197 

John 291 296 

Joseph 148 

Lawrence 292 

Luramy 303 

Mehitable 303 

Phebe 304 

Rebecca 307 

Sarah 148 

Stephen 303 

Stephen T. 81 159 
ELLISON Joseph A. 258 

Louisa Eveline 258 
ELMER EUmer 

Anna 303 

Betsey 304 

Samuel 293 
ELMES Ellms 

Abigail 153 

Charles E. 205 

Sarah 205 
Elyce see Ellis 
Elys see Ellis 
EMENS Etta A. 159 
EMERSON Apphia 253 

Elizabeth H. ivii 

Frederick 36 

George 253 

Lydia P. 172 

Melinda E. 36 
EMERY Bathsheba 107 108 110 
116 117 119 121 

Elisabeth 313 

Elizabeth 123 

Hannah 43 52 

Irene 46 

John 48 108 114 

Margaret 114 123 312 313 

Mary 50 

Moses 110 

Samuel 42 43 52 53 55 107 
108 110 114 116 117 119 
121 123 312 313 

Samuel (Mrs.) 55 56 

Sarah 44 117 121 

Stephen 45 107 

Tahitha 44 46 
EMMONS Abigail 109 111 113 

John 111 

Obadiah 113 

Pendelton 113 

Samuel 109 111 113 
ENDICOTT Abigail. 200 

James 200 
ENO Henrv Lane 241 
ENSIGN Charles Sidney vii 
ERSKINE Alexander 243 

Betsey 243 

Emma xxv 



ERSKINE cont'd 

Jerusha Baker 243 

William 243 
ESSEX Cromwell Thomas Earl 

of 59 137 138 
ESTABROOKS Abel 197 256 
257 

Abigail 197 

Arethusa 197 256 257 

Caroline 197 

Deborah 197 

Enos 197 

Lovina 197 

Lucy 197 

Nancy 197 

Nathan 197 

Polly 197 

Ruth 197 256 257 

Sarah 197 256 257 
ESTES Abigail 9 

Dana 4 

Hannah 8 

Joseph 213 

Mary 7 213 
ESTEY Jane Ellen 213 

Willard Francis 213 
EUSTIS Edith Livingston 
Ixviii 

Mary St. Barbe viii 

William Corcoran Ixviii 

William Tracy 70 
EVANS Evens 

Abner 107 109 

Alonzo H. Ixxxiv 

Anna 147 

Charles D. 207 

Edward 106 107 109 110 111 

Fidelia Adella 207 

Finette 41 

Florence Carlton xxxiv Ixxxiv 

Florence Fowler Ixxxiv 

Henry 147 

Jacob 111 

John 110 147 

Mary 147 

Matthias 147 

Patience 147 

Relief 146 147 

Sarah 106 107 109 110 111 
147 

Sarah Roby Ixxxiv 

Silence 147 

Tobias 10 

Waitstill 147 

William 106 

Wilmot Roby Ixxxiv 
EVERETT Ellen 319 
EWELL Edward 219 

Henry 219 

William Gorham xxvi 
EWER Charles 66 67 xcv 

Frank M. 316 

FAB RI QUE David 185 

Deborah 185 
FAIRBANKS Fairbank 

249 

Abigail Ivii 

Deborah Iviii 

Drury 154 

Grace Ivii 

Jabez Ivii 

John J. Mitchell xxxv Ivii 

Jonas Ivii 

Jonathan Ivni 

Josiah Ivii Iviii 

Lemuel Gulliver Ivii Iviii 

Lucinda Elisabeth Ivii Iviii 

Lucy 154 

Lydia Ivii 

Mary Ivii 

Sarah Elizabeth Iviii 

Thankful Ivii 
FAIRCHILD Sarah Ixxxi 



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Index of Persons 



FAIRFIELD John 109 115 

Mary 109 115 

Stephen 109 
FALCONER Mary 81 
FALES Abigail 201 

Ahce 30<3 

Danforth 212 215 

Eliza A. 214 

Elizabeth 212 215 

Hannah 198 

Herbert Emerson x xxii 
FALLASS Lura 240 xxv 

William 240 
Falle see Fowle 
Fansworth see Farnsworth 
FARLEY Farle 

Benjamin 307 

John 221 
FARMER Mary 254 

William 254 285 
FARNSWORTH Fansworth 

Anna 21 

Asa 302 

Catherine 20 21 

Jonathan 21 

Lucy R. 23 

Nancy 26 

William 307 
FARNUM Sarah Ixxvi 
FARR Ida Louise vi 

Shirley 64 xxii 
FARRAND Abigail 182 

Catherine 182 

Esther 182 

John 182 

Jonathan 182 

Rebecca 182 
FARRAR George L. 259 

Mary Ann 259 
FARRELL Electa 22 
FARRINGTON Abel 211 260 

Abigail 260 

Elijah 211 

Elizabeth 211 

Hannah 211 260 

Jairus 211 

John Bent 211 

Mary 151 211 

Sarah 211 
FARWELL Ezra 21 

Harriet 21 

Isabella L. 21 
FASSETT John 32 

Mary 32 
FAUX William J. 04 xxii 
FAY Ira 21 

Lucy M. 206 

Marcia P. 21 

Miriam 21 
FAYERWEATHER Richard 

282 
FEARING Mary Rebecca Ames 
Ixi 

FEKEN 228 

FELCH Hannah 141 

Henry 141 
FELT Agnes 241 

Anne 152 

Chloe 152 

Dorr Eugene 241 

Jacob 152 

Jonathan 152 

Joshua 152 

Lovewell 152 

Mary 152 
FENN Hannah 193 
FENNEY Alice 107 108 116 119 

Elizabeth 116 

James 108 

Mary 119 

Rebecca 116 

Robert 107 108 116 119 

Samuel 107 
FENNO Mary 198 212 



FENTON Anna B. Ixxxii 

Herbert L. (Mrs.) Ixxxii 
FERNALD Frederick Atherton 
(Mrs.) X 

Sally P. 80 
FESSENDEN Wyman 303 
FICKETT Esther 246 
FIELD Anna 145 

Clarissa W. 21 

George 266 

James Madison 21 

Lettie 21 

Lettie E. 21 

Lucy 307 

Molly 303 

Orrilla R. 100 

Phila 266 

Phila A. 266 

Reuben W. 306 

Reuben Wright 305 

Rilla 104 
FIENNES Fines 

Charles Sir 236 

Theophilus Earl of Lincoln see 
Lincoln Earl of 

Thomas Earl of Lincoln see 
Lincoln Earl of 

William de 59 
FILKES Mary 232 
FILKINS Betsey 127 
FINCH Daniel 192 

Jerusha 192 

Sarah 192 
Fines see Fiennes 
FIRTH Emilie Sniffen xivi 

John (Mrs.) 65 xxvi 
FISH Frederick Samuel vii 

Joel 302 

Rhoda 207 251 

Sarah 251 

Stuyvesant 64 xxii 

Theophilus 251 
FISHER Asa 148 

David 151 

Edwin C. 36 

Eliezer 151 

Eliza 212 

Elizabeth 151 

Hannah 216 

Jabez Gill 208 

Jacob 216 

James 212 

Mary 150 151 216 

Mary E. 36 

Obedience 148 

Sarah 216 

Sarah Breck 149 208 
FISK Fiske 

Andrew vii xv 

Edward C. 41 

Emma Augusta lix 

George W. 41 

John 41 239 

John S. 41 

Levi 308 

Martha J. 41 

Polly Ixxviii 
FITCH Fitche 

Clemence 229 230 232 

Eleazer Thompson 186 

Elizabeth Lucia 186 

Mary 186 

Mary Rand lii 

Nathaniel 186 

William 230 232 
FITTS Abigail R. 272 

Angeline K. 272 

Esther 260 

Jefferson 260 

Joanna 270 271 

Lydia 271 

Mary 270 271 

Richard 270 271 
FITZGERALD Fitz Gerald 

Desmond 75 77 x 



FITZGERALD cont'd 

John Francis Ixxxix 
FITZNICHOLAS Robert 130 
FITZ SIMONS Paul (Mrs.) 316 
FLAGG Anna Bigelow Iviii 

Charles AUcott xxxv Iviii lix 

Eleazer Iviii lix 

Ethel M. lix 

George Benjamin lix 

Harriett Dryden lix 

Harriett Valentine Ux 

Huldah lix 

John Benjamin lix 

Joseph Iviii 

Mercy 256 

Samuel Iviii 

Samuel Benjamin Iviii lix 

Sarah 33 

Thomas Iviii 
FLANDERS Malley 79 
FLANNER William 7 
FLATEL Fleitel 

Girard 60 
FLEMING Eleanor E. 102 

Nancy 102 

Samuel 102 
FLETCHER Abigail 197 

Austin Bradstreet x 

Jane 279 

Joshua 29 

Polly 102 

Rebecca 31 

Samuel 31 

Sarah 29 
FLINDER Ethel M. lix 
FLOWER Flowers 

Anna 302 

Hannah 305 

Harriet 306 
FLOYD Belle Augusta viii li 

Eunice 264 
FLYNN Frances Howe Randall 
250 

Georgia Parsons 250 

Isabella Eunice 250 

James Moore 250 

James Paul 250 

John Blair 250 

Sarah 250 

William George 250 
FLYNTE Elizabeth 58 

Thomas 58 
Foale see Fowle 
FOBES Alpheus 249 

Hannah Ixxiii 

Mehitable 249 
Folcard see Folkard 
Folcarde see Folkard 
FOLDES William 228 
FOLKARD Folcard Folcarde 
Folkarde 

Francis 293 294 

Mary 294 

Thomas 291 

William 292 
FOLKER Eliza Ann 268 
FOLSOM Julia Elizabeth 69 
Foole see Fowle 
FOOTE Almira 95 

Bela H. 95 

Ezra 179 

Lucy 94 

Mercy 179 

Ruth 179 
FORBES Alexander xxii 

George 77 

J. Malcolm (Mrs.) 155 

John Murray xliii 
FORBUSH Furbush 

Mary Anna 247 

Mindell 303 

Polly 304 

Silas 247 
FORD Edward 218 

Elias 94 



Index of Persons 



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FORD cont'd 

Elizabeth 262 

Georgiana xxvi 

Joseph 262 

Mary 320 

Sally Rosetta 94 
FOSTER 2G3 

— Mr. 315 

Abial 149 

Abigail 127 149 

Abigail Adams 127 

Adrianna 128 

Alexander Bradford 128 

Alexander Godfrey 127 

Amanda 319 

Amelia Drew 128 

Asenath 127 

Benjamin 3 

Betsey 127 128 

Betsey Sprague 128 

Caroline 128 

Charles 124 125 126 127 

Charles Andrew 127 

Charles James 129 

Charles Robert 129 

Charles Wilmer 316 

Comfort 149 

David 13 

Deborah Bradford 127 

Edward S. 156 xxii 

Eleanor 149 

Elizabeth 125 126 149 

Elizabeth Bradford 128 

Ellen J. 129 

Fear 126 

Francis Apthorp 239 

Hannah 123 124 149 

James 125 126 129 

Jane 129 

John 70 123 124 125 126 127 
149 263 

Joseph 126 128 

Julia 127 

Julia Parris 127 

Lois 129 

Louis 13 

Luana S. 13 

Lucia Morton 128 

Lucv 125 127 129 

Lydia 124 1 26 128 

Lydia Cook 128 

^iarpcarct 124 

Maria Augusta 129 

Maria West 126 

Martha 3 

Mary 124 126 127 

Mary Ann 128 

Mary Ann Marten 129 

Mary Homer 128 

Matilda E. 15 

Melzar Adams 127 128 

Nathaniel 126 127 

Nathaniel J. 127 

Prisciila 147 

Robert 124 125 126 127 

Samuel 123 124 125 126 128 

Samuel Albert 129 

Samuel Bartlett 129 

Sarah 124 126 129 263 

Sarah Cook 128 

Standfast 149 

Sylvia 125 

Thomas 123 

Timothy 149 

William 149 

William Adams 127 

William G. 127 
FOTHERGILL Mary 202 

Richard 202 
FOWLE Falle Foale Foole 
Foule Foulle Full Fulle 

Agnee 227 

Alice 228 231 

Clemence 228 229 230 232 

Conatance 227 



FOWLE cont'd 

Dennve 227 228 

Dorothy 229 232 

Dyenyce ■•<€& Dennye 

Dyonyce ■■^ec Dennye 

Edward 229 230 

Elizabeth 227 22S 229 230 232 
^ 233 

Elizabeth Prentiss xxvi 

Frances 229 232 

Francis 228 229 231 232 

Guv 231 

Hannah 229 230 

James 231 

Jane 22S 233 

Joan 226 227 228 229 230 231 
232 233 

John 227 229 230 232 

Katharine 230 

Margaret 227 

Margery 230 232 

Marion 228 229 230 232 

Marv 228 230 232 

Philip 229 

Richard 227 228 229 230 231 
232 

Thomas 227 228 229 230 231 
232 

Thomasine 227 

William 227 229 232 
FOWLER Ann 203 

Anna 315 

Charles S. 261 

Elizabeth 20;; 

Florence Carlton xxxiv Ixxxiv 

Hannah 203 

Harriet A. 261 

Lucy Withington 203 

Mary 203 250 

Mary A. Ixxxiv 

Moses 315 

Polly Allen 203 

Samuel 203 250 

Sarah 315 

Stephen 203 

Walter S. 261 

William Carlton Ixxxiv 
FOX Benjamin 179 

Dixon R. 162 

Esther 179 

George 234 

Perlina S. 34 40 

Susan 34 40 

Warren 34 40 
FOXCROFT Elizabeth 144 

Francis 144 
FRANCIS John Sir 135 
FRANKLIN Benjamin 165 

Matthew 10 
FREEBODY Alice 137 

Hugh 137 
FREEMAN Freman 

Betsey Sprague 128 

Caroline Sumner xiii 

James Goldthwaite (Mrs.) 75 

XXV 

John 234 235 

Lauranne 128 

Simon 235 

Weston 128 

W^illiam 284 
FREER Charles Lang xxv 

Louise Hecker xxv 
FREEZE Freez 

Dolly 119 

George 107 

John 107 108 109 119 

Jonathan Chase 199 

Joseph 109 

Lois 199 

Mary 107 108 109 119 
Freman see Freeman 
FRENCH Alexander 203 

Ann Eliza 36 

Elizabeth 176 238 



FRENCH cont'd 

Francis 176 

Francis Henry ix xxi 

Hannah 203 

John P. 255 

Joseph 31 

Julia Ann 255 

Lydia 177 

Rebecca 31 
FRETHEE Joseph 45 
FREVILLE Isabel de 62 
FRIEDMAN Amanda xxiii 
FRIER John 282 
FRISBIE Amanda 249 

Charles Henry 249 

Charles Rogers 249 

George Benedict 249 

Lewis Withington 249 

Lucy Maria 249 

Lucy Withington 249 

Marv Goddard 249 

Minir R. 249 

Sally 249 

Simeon 249 

William Stewart 249 
FRIZELL Hannah 148 
FROIDEN Francis 219 
FROST Abigail 311 314 315 

Adeline 95 

Charles Sumner xxii 

Ebenezer 90 

Elisabeth 315 

Elizabeth 90 

John 311 314 315 

John Henry 95 

Le Roy xxii 

Mary 90 92 314 

Samuel 311 
FROTHINGHAM Benjamin 
262 

Marv 262 

Marv Stacy 262 
FRYE Fry 

Adrian 81 

Alice 7 

Benjamin 5 6 

Daniel 7 

David 7 

James 7 

John 81 

Joshua 81 

Judith 7 

Rowland 7 

Thomas 81 
FUESS Claude MooreKMrs.) 
xx\'i 

Elizabeth xxvi 
Full see Fowle 
Fulle see Fowle 

FULLER Alfred Worcester 
xxvi 

Andrew Withington 207 

Austin B. 94 

Blotchet 305 

Caroline A. 207 

Deborah 150 

Eli 302 

Elizabeth 151 

Ella Emma 207 

Francis Henry 70 

Francis Henry (Mrs.) 70 

Hannah 200 

Harriet A. 94 

Henry Augustus 207 

Jacob 305 

Jane W. 207 

Jeremiah 150 200 

Jonathan 207 269 

Joseph 306 308 

Maria Elizabeth 207 

Maria F. 207 

Martha Jane 207 269 

Mary 150 207 

Rebecca 200 

Richard 292 



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Index of Persons 



FULLER cont'd 

Robert 292 

Sarah Ann 207 269 

Thankful 305 

Thomas 150 

Valetta Ann 207 

Warren Adalbert 207 

William 291 
FULLERTON Betsey 101 
FULLINGTON Betsey 100 

Jonathan 100 
FULTON David 106 107 116 

Margaret 106 107 116 

Robert 107 
^ Sarah 116 
Furbush see Forbush 
FYFE James 159 

John William 159 

GAFF Thomas Trueman 04 

xxii 
GAGE Thomas 86 
GAGEL Edward 73 xxii 
GALLANT Abraham 219 224 

James 219 224 
GALLUP Mozart 75 iiii 
GANNETT William Howard 

xxii 
Gardener see Gardner 
Gardiner see Gardner 
GARDINIS Alexandra de 59 62 
130 

Thomas de Sir 130 131 
GARDNER Gardener Gardiner 

Achsah 216 263 

Asa xlvi 

Asa Bird xixvi xlvi xlvii 

Cecilia Theoda 216 

Charles Theodore 216 

Ellen Emerson 216 

Harriet Isabella xlvii 

John 32 

John de B. W. xlvii 

Joseph Peabody lixxvi 

Laurinda 216 263 

Lucy Anil 216 263 

Mary xlvii 

Mary Hancock 216 

Norman Bentley xlvii 

Philip Parkhurst xlvii 

Rebecca 32 

Rebecca Willard xlvi 

Stephen 7 

Stephen Partridge 216 263 

Theodore 216 263 

Thomas 219 221 

William Howard xlvii 
GARFIELD James Abrara Ixvii 
GARLAND Mary 250 
GARLETT Mary 224 
GARNET Mary 224 
GARRETT Anna 159 

Lena 81 
GARVIN John H. 319 

Martha A. 319 
GASTON Elizabeth 293 

Maudlin 293 

Richard 293 

Thomas 293 
GATES Gate 

Ada 15 16 

Alfred 322 

Blanche M. 16 

Elizabeth 138 

Frederick 322 

Gordon 16 

Gordon C. 15 

Mary Ann 322 

William 322 
GAVETT Gavit 

Erastus Palmer xxii 

Samuel 185 

Sarah 185 
GAY Eliza 202 

Elizabeth 211 

Hannah 211 



GAY cont'd 

Hiram 211 

Julia 203 

Lydia 151 

Mace 211 
GAYLORD Jerusha 98 
GEDGE 137 

James 137 

Thomas 137 
GEE John 218 219 220 
GEIGER Josephine xlix 
GENNIS Genniss 

Paul 9 12 
GEORGE Charlotte 212 

Mary 145 146 148 
GERRISH Elizabeth Jane Ixx 
GETCHEL Abel 105 310 

Eunice 105 107 115 116 

Hannah 116 

Jonathan 113 

Joseph 105 107 113 115 116 

Joshua 107 

Mercy 113 

Miriam 310 

Penninnah 115 

Seth 310 
GEYER Delia 265 

Mary 265 

Mary Ann 265 

Samuel Allen 265 
GIBBS Howard A. 159 
GIBSON Robert 291 
GIDDINGS Giddens 

Betsey 13 99 

Lucy 13 

Mahala 99 

William 13 99 
GIFFORD GifFard Gififard le 
Boef Gifford le Boef Gyf- 
fard Gyffarde Gyfford see 
also Bolebec 

61 

Agnes 135 136 137 138 139 

Ala 61 

Alexandra 130 

Alianora 60 

Alice 62 131 137 

Alles 135 

Amy 138 

Anna 135 136 

Anne 136 137 138 

Avis J. 1 

Barbara 138 

Berta 61 62 

Constance 137 

Dorothv 136 

Edmund 131 132 135 

Edward 63 138 

Eleanor 133 134 135 

Elias 61 62 63 

Elizabeth 132 133 134 138 

Ermengarde 60 

Francis 138 

Genevieve R. 1 

George 59 136 137 138 

George Sir 59 136 137 

Gilbert 61 62 

Helias .see Elias 

Henry O. 1 

Isabel 62 63 129 133 134 135 

Jane 135 137 138 

Jerrard 136 

Joan 132 133 135 137 

John 59 61 62 63 129 130 132 
133 135 136 142 

John Sir 129 130 131 134 

Katharine 133 

Lcttice 137 

Lucy 131 132 

Mabel 62 

Mabilia 62 

Margaret 58 59 62 135 137 
138 xvi 

Margery 132 

Marie 138 

Mary 135 136 137 



GIFFORD cont'd 

Matilda 62 

Nicholas 136 137 138 139 

Osbern(e) see Osbert 

Osbert 60 61 02 63 129 131 
142 

Philippa 137 

Prudence 137 

Ralph 136 137 

Richard 61 62 129 132 138 

Robert 135 

Roger 133 135 136 137 138 

Rohais 00 

Sarah 63 142 251 

Sibyl 132 133 134 

Thomas 59 60 133 134 135 
136 137 138 

Thomas Sir 132 133 134 

Ursula 135 136 

Valentine 138 

Walter 61 

Walter Count of Longueville 
•see Longueville Count of 

William Bp. of Winchester 60 

William 133 135 136 137 
GILBERT Ann 183 

Benjamin 81 

Eliza Howe 81 

Mary 81 
GILCHRIST Edith xxvi 

Robert (Mrs.) xxvi 
GILL Abigail 201 

Ann 213 

Benjamin 201 211 

Bethia 211 

Charles 211 

Howard 211 261 

Ira 211 

Jane 211 

Jemima 201 

John 94 211 213 221 261 

Louisa 211 

Lucy 94 

Mary 94 211 

Myra Harriet 211 261 

Nahum 211 

Polly 211 261 

Sarah Prince 213 

Smith 211 

Sophronia L. 94 
GILLETT Gillet Gillette 

Benjamin 178 

Charles 190 

Charles Warren ix xxii 

David 178 195 

Edwin Fraser ix 

Eliphal 178 

Ephraim 178 

Freelove 178 

Hannah 178 183 

Jeremiah 178 183 

Jerusha 190 195 

Jonathan 178 

Joseph 178 

Margaret 178 

Mary 178 195 

Mercy 178 195 

Persis 178 

Rebecca 190 

Shadrach 178 195 

Wooster 178 
GILLMORE Quincy A. 64 xxii 
GLADDING Nelson A. x xxii 
GLEASON Jonathan 304 

Joseph 247 

Mahala W. 100 

Martha 247 

Mary 247 

Sarah 247 

Sibyl 306 
GLENN Thomas Allen 233 
GLIDDEN Charles 240 
GLOVER Alice 144 

Eunice 212 

Griff xxii 

Patience 206 208 



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Godard see Goddard 
GODBOLD John 292 

William 293 
GODDARD Godard 

Edith rrii 

George Seymour v vii xi 

H^rietta May Ixv 

Joseph 249 

Lucy 249 

Mary Ann 268 

William 287 

William (Mrs.) xxii 
GODFREY Alexander 126 

Mary 128 

Phebe 126 

Thomas 220 
GOFF Baylies 254 

Lepha Drown 254 

Mercy 254 
GOLDING Louis Thorn 2^7 
GOOCH Gooche 

Benjamin 47 48 110 

Elisabeth 109 110 111 112 
113 117 118 123 

John 48 109 110 111 112 113 
117 118 123 

Lydia 123 

Mary 48 117 

Nathaniel 113 

Robert 280 282 

Samuel 111 

William 113 
GOODALE Goodell 

119 

Abner Cheney 68 

Abraham 113 

Bathsheba 117 

Betty 121 

Daniel 112 . 

EUiabeth 51 107 109 110 113 

117 118119120121 123 311 
Esther 119 

Eunice 304 

Hephribah 123 

Jedediah 311 

John 110 113 120 121 123 311 

Joseph 109 111 112 119 

Mary 109 111 112 119 

Menbah 121 

Molly 123 

Samuel 110 

Sarah 120 

Tabitha 117 118 

Thomas 111 

Zechariah 51 107 109 110 117 

118 119 121 
GOODCHILD W. 293 
Goodell see Goodale 
Goodenough see Goodnow 
Goodenow see Goodnow 
GOODHUE Elitabeth xxvi 
GOODNOW Goodenough 

Goodenow Goodnougli 

Edmund 32 

Hannah 32 

Lucy 203 

Lydia 239 

Mercy 32 

Mima 37 

Stephen 203 
GOODRICH Goodridge 

Emma 37 

Frederic Grosvenor 64 xxii 

J, Francis 37 

Louisa M. 37 
GOODSPEED Charles Eliot vi 

IV 

GOODWIN Goodwins 
Abigail 116 313 
Anne 111 112 122 313 314 
Bartholomew 311 
Barzillai 202 
Caleb 114 
Edward S. 76 xxii 
Elisabeth 314 



GOODWIN cont'd 

Eliaha 241 

Elizabeth 121 202 

Frances 65 

Hannah 116 313 

Jerusha 119 

John 158 

Joseph 111 

Joshua 111 112 122 313 314 

Leonard Milton 260 

Louisa Gill 260 

Lydia 122 

Mary 109 112114 119121158 
311 

Mehitable 252 

Meribah 314 

Milton 260 

Paul 109 112 114 119 121 311 

Peter Rich 109 

Sarah 260 

Susannah 312 313 314 

Thomas 116 312 313 314 

Thomas Wells 312 
GOOGINS Mary Olive Ixivi 
GOOKIN Daniel 30 
Goold tee Gould 
GORDON Gorden 

36 

Esther 189 

Hester see Esther 

Luseba 36 

William 189 
GORE Christopher 86 
GORGES Ferdinando Sir 167 

168 
GORHAM Hannah 309 

Isaac 309 

Jabea 309 

John 309 

Mary 309 

Mary S. 252 

Mehitable 309 

Robert 220 

Sarah 309 

Timothy 309 
GOSNOLD Thomaa 294 
GOULD Goold 

Abigail 311 314 

Albert 40 

Albert S. 40 

Albert Sumner 40 

Charles Asahel 155 xxii 

Charles Winthrop 63 xxii 

Clara L. 40 

David 260 

David Ellsworth 260 

David Russell 260 

Dolly B. 40 

Elizabeth 212 215 

Ezra 212 

George Jay 64 xxii 

George Lambert 75 155 v vi 
viii xi xiii xxv xxxii 

Hannah 314 

Irene Cynthia 29 40 319 320 

John 311 

Lois 212 

Lucy 260 

Luke 212 215 

Margaret 26 

Mary 311 314 

Mehitable 260 

Nathaniel 311 314 

Olivia Withington 260 

Peggy 26 

Samuel 311 314 

Sumner Albert 40 

Thomas 311 

Wilbur Henry 260 
GOURNAY Hugh de 60 
GOWEN Keziah 311 312 313 

Nicholas 311 312 313 

Sarah 313 

Spencer 312 

William 311 



GRAHAM Mary 145 

Zenas 302 

Zerah 307 
GRANGER Grace 222 

John 222 

Stephen 222 

Thomas 222 
GRANT Darius 303 

Elizabeth 303 

Eunice 305 

John J. 21 

Jonathan 302 

Ulysses Simpson 97 

William S. 64 xxii 
GRASSELLI Caesar Augustin 

316 
GRATZ Anderson xxii 
GRAVES Dorcas Ixivi 

George Coe 64 xxii 

Persis 198 

Thomas 198 
GRAY Grey 

22 

Andrew 108 

Eva de 63 

Jane 108 109 

John 109 

Joshua 108 109 

Relief 27 

Reynold de 132 
GREELEY Mary Agatha Iv 
GREEN Greene 

Abigail 109 

Hannah 154 Ixxxiii 

James 109 

Jemima 11 

Jonathan 8 9 

Lucy Kent Ixxii 

Lydia 205 

Margaret 225 

Sarah 260 307 

Stephen 7 

Thomas 109 225 

William 242 
GREENLAW Lucy Hall 69 

William Prescott v vii viii xi 
xiii xix 
GREENLEAF David 17 

Enoch 253 

Jane C. 17 

Lydia 253 

Salome 209 

Stephen 209 
GREENOUGH James Brad- 
street xxxviii 
GREENWOOD Emma J. 255 
GREGORY Rebecca T. 153 
GRENFELL Wilfred Thoma- 

son Ixi 
GREVILLE Mary 136 

Richard 136 
GREW Edward Wigglesworth 
Ixv 

Elizabeth Perkins Ixv 

Elizabeth Sturgis Ixv 

Henrietta Marian Ixv 

Henry Ixv 

Henry Sturgis Ixv 

Jane Norton xxxiv Ixv 

Joseph Clark 156 xxii 

Robert Sturgis Ixv 
Grey see Gray 
GRICE Fanny 101 
GRIERSON Charlotte 250 

Isabella 250 

James 250 
GIUFFIN Richard'29 
GRIFFITH Jemima 302 

Merle R. 165 
GRIGGS Thankful 143 

William 143 
GRIMES Hannah 25 
GRISWOLD Joseph 303 

Laura 26 
GROOM Mary Ixxvi 



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GROOMEBRTDGE Katharine 

230 
GROSS Anna B. 38 
GROTZIAN Caroline Eudora 

xxiv 
GROVER Abigail 233 

James 233 
GROZIER Edwin A. 4 
GRUSH Margaret 319 
GUBTAIL Olive 82 
GUGGENHEIM Solomon R. 

64 ixii . 
GUILD Curtis xciii 

George D. Ixiii 

Sarah E. 213 
GULICK Henry 250 

Margaret 250 

Sarah 250 
GULLIVER Sarah Elizabeth 

Iviii 
GUNN Abel 178 193 

Elizabeth 179 183 187 

Frederick W. 182 

Hannah 178 183 

Jasper 193 

Jobamah 193 

Mary 193 

Nathaniel 185 193 

Sarah 185 193 
GUNNISON Sarah 247 
GUNNORA 60 
GURLEY William 38 
Gyffard «ec Gififord 
Gyffarde see Gifford 
Gyfford see Gifford 

HABERGHAM Lawe 293 
HAGAMAN Clarintha 185 

John 185 
Haile see Hale 
HAINER Eugene J. 157 
Haines see Havnea 
HAIT Joseph 183 
HALE Haile 

Edward Everett 4 1 

Eliphalet lixii 

Elisabeth 179 

George S. xliii 

Henry Chapin xxv 

Joseph Wycom liiii 

Judith 179 

Lucy Kent Ixxii 

Samuel 179 Ixxii 

Sarah Jane xxxiv Ixxii 

Syella Ixxviii 

Thomas Ixxii 

William H. (Mrs.) xiv 
HALEY Abigail 121 

Molly 121 

Thomas 121 
HALL 95 

Albert Harrison 159 

Anna 306 

Chloe 93 

Clorana 93 

Elizabeth 95 145 

Frances Ann 93 

Hannah 145 

Hubert 316 

Jared 93 

Joan 222 

John 159 

Jonathan 145 

Lemuel 93 

Lydia 189 

Martha 145 

Mary 210 

Mary Eloise Ixiviii 

Myra 213 

Nelson 213 

Richard 145 

Richardson Ixxviii 

Samuel 222 

Sarah 145 

Sybella Ixxviii 



HALL cont'd 

William Franklin xxxii 

Zerviah 195 
HALLOCK Ethel xxii 
HALLO WELL Morris Long- 

streth (Mrs.) xciii 
HALSWORTHE Halswoode 

Joan 229 230 232 

Robert 229 232 

Thomas 230 232 
Hamblen see Hamlin 
HAMBY Edward 293 
Hamelin see Hamlin 
HAMILTON Alexander Ixiv 

James 22 

Lucy 22 
HAMLAKE Rooa William de 

Lord 134 
HAMLET Mary 21 
HAMLIN Hamblen Hamelin 

61 

Abigail 107 

George Atwell xxii 

James Clarence 155 xxii 

Joseph 107 

Mary 90 

Perez 86 
HAMMOND Jonathan 48 

Otis Grant viii 
HANAUER Albert Meyer 155 

xxii 
HANCOCK John 86 215 

Mary 215 
HANKS Charles Stedman 82 

Charles Stedman (Mrs.) xxii 

Clarina Bartow 65 xxii 
HANNIFORD Belle 38 

Burt 38 

James 38 

James W. 38 

Joseph 38 

Legrand 38 

Leland 38 

Livernia 38 

Mary 38 
HANNIGAN Annie xxvi 

John Edward (Mrs.) xxvi 

Judson Cabot 65 
HANSCOMB Julia Ann 200 

Rebecca 200 

Thomas 200 
HANSON Hannah xlix 

Mary 12 

Nathan 10 
HARBISON Emma J. xxii 

Samuel P. xxii 

William Albert ix xxii 
HARDING Abigail 46 

Lydia 46 

Mary 46 

Stephen 46 

Warren Gamaliel 157 

HARDY 205 

HARENG Alice 63 

Ralph 63 
HARGER Abigail 184 

Abraham 184 

Ann 183 194 

Anna 183 

Deborah 183 

Ebenezer 183 

Edward 183 

Elizabeth 183 

Hannah 178 184 

Jabez 183 184 

Joseph 183 

Margaret 189 

Naomi 183 

Patience 183 

Phebe 183 

Philo 183 

Samuel 183 

Sarah 183 

Susannah 183 
HARGES Elizabeth 279 



HARKNESS Anna M. xxii 

Stephen V. (Mrs.) 76 xxii 

William L. (Mrs.) 316 
HARLOW Hannah 215 

Martha 212 
HARMAN Harmen Harmon 

Jeffrey 228 

Kate S. 262 

Mercy 49 

Thomas 220 

William 49 
HARNET Edward 222 
HARPER Catherine Allen xci 

Ellon Ixxix 
HARRENDEN Hezekiah 113 

Nehemiah 113 
HARRGAT Agnes 139 
HARRIMAN Elizabeth G. 272 

Gould 272 

Phebe 272 
HARRINGTON Benjamin 197 

Eleanor 190 

Joseph 239 

Mary Ann 239 

Nathan 239 

Robert 239 

Samuel 239 

Samuel Davis 239 

Sarah 197 
HARRIS Charles Joseph 155 
xxii 

Elizabeth 279 

Israel 188 

John 279 

Mary 233 241 255 

Parnell 220 

Sarah 188 305 

Susannah 233 

William 233 
HARRISON 38 

Anna 181 

David 181 

Eliza 38 

Georgia 38 

Loula 38 

Mary 180 181 

William Henry Ixviii Ixxxvii 
HARROD EHzabeth 153 

Jonathan 266 

Nancy 266 

Nancy Dunbar 266 
HARROWDEN Margery 133 
HART Harte Hartt 

96 

Anita Beatriz xlv 

Armine xlv 

Charles Henry xxxvi xliv xlv 

Delia 96 

Francis Russell ix xxii 

Mary Bronson xxvi 

Robert 287 289 

William 282 
HARTHORN Loantha Ixxv 

Paul Dudley Ixxv 

Sada Loantha Ixxv 
Hartt see Hart 
HART WELL David 31 

Mary 31 

Rachel 31 

Ruhamah 259 

Simon 31 
HARVARD John 73 
HARVEY Charles 146 

Elizabeth 184 

John 208 

Jonah 208 

Patience 208 

Polly 305 

Sarah Breck 149 208 

Susannah 146 

Thomas 184 
HARWOOD Hannah 31 33 

Olive Harriet 316 

Robert Winch 65 xxvi 
HASCY Harvey Wickes xxvi 



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HASKINS David Greene 65 69 
X xviii 
Sarah 247 
William 247 
HASTINGS Elizabeth Perkins 
215 
Stewart 215 
HASTY Shadrach 8 11 
HATCH Abigail 49 105 106 107 

108 109 115 123 
Abijah 111 
Abraham 111 
Amos 108 

Anne 219 

Bathsheba 115 311 312 

Benjamin 43 48 49 50 52 54 

106 113 115 117 120 313 
Beth i a 43 
Daniel 107 109 
David 108 311 
Dorcas 313 
Dorothy 312 313 
Ebenezer 312 
Eed 115 
EUjah 312 
Elisabeth 313 
Elizabeth 47 49 106 107 108 

109 111 113 115 116 117 
120 122 

Eunice 44 313 315 
Francis 54 113 313 315 
Gideon 107 312 
Hannah 54 106 107 108 113 

120 313 315 
Hephribah 116 
Huldah 119 
Isaac 106 312 313 
James 113 

Jane 219 226 

Jemima 44 117 

Jeremiah 106 311 312 313 

Jerusha 109 110 112 120 122 

311 
Jesse 110 
Joanna 56 
Job 112 
Joel 311 
John 44 54 56 106 106 107 

108 111 115 116 117 118 

119 219 311 312 
Jonathan 106 311 312 
Joseph 46 106 107 108 109 

110 112 120 122 311 
Joshua 110 

Lemuel 52 112 122 310 311 

Levi 109 

Lydia 63 122 311 312 313 

Mary 44 45 47 56 105 106 107 
108 111 114 115 116 117 
118 119 123 314 315 

Naphtali 312 

Nathan 44 48 110 112 119 120 

121 122 310 311 315 
Nathaniel 108 

Olive 122 

Peter 

Phihp 44 106 107 108 109 111 

113 115 116 122 313 
Priscilla 122 311 312 
Rachel 123 

Rebecca 116 118 119 312 
Reuben 107 
Ruth 113 313 315 
Sabra 269 
Salome 313 
Samuel 43 44 45 46 55 105 

106 107 108 109 114 115 

123 314 315 
Sarah 112 115 120 122 310 

311 314 
Seth 106 114 
Simeon 109 
Solomon 112 310 311 
Stephen 310 
Susannah 121 315 



HATCH cont'd 

Tabitha 110 112 117 119 120 
121 122 310 311 315 

Walter 219 225 

William 219 225 312 

Winifred 226 
HATHAWAY Hatheway Hath- 
way 

Josiah 306 

Sarah 308 

Triphena 307 

William 304 
HATHORN Anna 209 

Ebenezer 209 
Hathway see Hathaway 
HATTON Christopher Sir 285 
HAVEN Havens 

Abigail Mary 257 

Almira Nourse 260 

Arthur Exley 64 xxii 

Daniel 257 

Elizabeth 209 

Jonathan 209 

Saloma 209 

Servia 209 
HA WES Abigail Robbina 212 

Alpheus 212 

Betsey 212 

Charlotte 212 259 

Elijah 212 

Elisha 212 

Emory 212 

Eunice 212 

Frank Mortimer vii 

Hannah 212 

Henry 259 

Jane 212 

John 212 

Laura 212 

Lucy Abby 212 

Lucy Ann 212 

Mary 151 

Mather E. 212 

Relief 259 

Robert 296 

Sarah 212 260 

Susan Maria 249 

Willard 249 

William 212 
HAWKES Margaret 295 301 

Sarah Roby lixxiv 
HAWKINS Ann 179 

Anna 193 

Chauncy J. 39 

Damaris 179 

Daniel 179 

Eleater 179 

Elizabeth 179 183 187 192 

Jessie Isabel 39 

Joseph 179 183 187 192 

Lois 179 192 

Lydia 179 

Mary 187 192 

Rachel 179 

Rebecca 179 184 

Reuben 193 

Robert 179 183 184 187 192 

Ruth 192 

Sally 196 

Samuel 179 

Sarah 179 183 

Zachariah 192 

Zadok 179 193 
HAWLEY Joseph lixiiv 

Joseph Roswell lixxiv 
HAYES Edmund 219 220 

Edward 220 

Rebecca W. 271 

Rutherford Birchard Ixvi 
HAYLES Nicholas 292 
HAYNES Haines 

J99 

Charles 253 
Elizabeth 206 
Harriet Amelia 264 



HAYNES cont'd 

Hope Manchester viii 

Joseph 89 

Martha Ehzabeth 264 

Mary 199 

Sarah 89 

Sarah Ann 264 

Thirza 253 

William 264 

William Henry 264 
HAY WARD Haywarde 

Abigail 127 

Albert Francis Ixxiii 

Cecily 292 

Daniel Leach Ixiiii 

Elizabeth 219 

Hannah Ixxiii 

John 219 

Martha 219 

Ruth 151 

Sarah Jane xxxiv Iixii Ixxiii 

Susan 219 

Susannah 219 

Thomas 219 
HAZELTON Hazeltine 

Abigail 194 

Emily M. 14 

Hannah 23 

S. B. 14 

Samuel 194 

Sarah 194 
HAZEN Henry AUen 68 
HEALD 93 

Dolly 20 

Lydia 93 
HEARD Emily 259 

John 259 
HEATHCOTE Josephine ixU 

William Emeraon (Mrs.) 155 
xxii 
HEMENWAY Hemingway 
Heminway 

Courtenay x 

Jacob 90 181 

Lucy 197 

Lydia 89 90 

Moses 42 

Myles 155 

Ralph 181 

Samuel 181 

Sarah 180 181 

William 197 
HENDRY Martha Washington 

267 
Henkele see Hinckley 
HENLEY Elizabeth Searles 202 
203 

Sarah 202 203 

William 202 203 
HENRY Elizabeth 198 

Franklin Sylvester (Mrs.) 65 
xxvi 

May M. K. xxvi 

Samuel 52 
HEPBURN Maria A. 216 
HEPPENSTALL Sam 64 xxii 
HERBERT Elizabeth lii 
HERRICH William 281 
HERVEY Ralph 310 
HESSENBRUCH Hermann 
(Mrs.) xxii 

Ida 65 xxii 
HEWENS Deborah 160 

Joseph H. 150 
HEWIT Archelaus 105 107 116 
118 120 

Charles 107 

Esther 120 

James 105 

Jane 116 118 

John 107 

Mary 106 107 116 118 120 
mCKOX Dariua 178 

Jemima 184 

Lucinda 178 



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Index of Persons 



HICKS Hix 

Lewie Wilder 3 242 243 vi 
xxxiii xxxviii 

Mary Dana xiiv 

Sibyl 32 
Hickeon see Hixon 
HIDE Urana 192 
HIGGINS Deborah 263 

Frances 255 
HIGGINSON Francis 322 

Francis Lee 316 

Henry Lee xxv 

Henry Lee (Mrs.) xiv 

Ida xxv 

Thomas Wentworth 69 
Hiler see Hiller 
HILL Hills 

205 

Abigail 44 45 48 54 55 

Aston 44 

Benjamin 44 48 107 110 

Clarence Edward 76 xivi 

Dorothy 45 

Ebenezer 44 45 48 54 

Hannah 44 45 46 116 

Jeremiah 54 

Jonathan 112 

Joseph 43 44 45 46 54 55 106 
108 

Lew Cass 65 77 vi xi xxv 

Mary 54 55 

Mary Jane 205 

Nathaniel 44 45 106 107 108 
110 112 116 

Penninnah 44 

Peter 54 

Priscilla 106 107 108 110 112 
116 

Samuel 43 44 

William Sanford 70 
HILLER Hiler 

Grace Greenleaf 157 

Jonathan 247 

Mary 247 

Susannah 247 
HILLIER Deborah 141 

Hugh 141 
Hills see Hill 
HILL YES John 291 
fflLMAN Drusilla 308 
HILTON Dorcas 314 

Eliakim 114 

Joshua 113 

Lydia 113 114 

Mary 314 

Willmm 113 114 314 
HINCKLEY Henkele Hinkley 

Anne 238 

Annie xxv 

Elizabeth 219 225 

George 308 

John 238 

Margaret 238 

Mary 219 225 

Otis 308 

Robert 238 

Samuel 219 225 238 

Samuel Parker 238 

Sarah 219 225 

Susan 219 225 

Thomas 225 238 
HINDS Hine 

Catherine 302 

Mercy 181 182 

Olverson 302 

Sarah 183 

Stephen 182 

Susannah 184 

Thomas 182 
Hinkley see Hinckley 
HINMAN Reuben 307 

Solomon 192 193 

Urana 192 

Urana Hyde 193 
HIPKISS Edwin James 317 



HITCH Annie xxii 

Frederic Delano (Mrs.) 64 

HITCHCOCK Anne 196 

Edward 160 

Hannah 194 

John 194 

Matthias 194 

Obedience 194 

Timothy 196 

Titus 194 
Hix see Hicks 
mXON Hickson 

Hannah 215 

Samuel 215 

Unity 153 

Ziipah 215 
HOAG Elijah 10 

Miriam 8 
HOAR Charles Sumner 76 xxii 
HOBART Sarah 152 
HOBBS Hobbes 

Elizabeth 230 

Elizabeth Gushing Ivii 

Robert 230 
Hodge see Hodges 
HODGEMAN Asa 257 

Lydia 257 

Sibvl 257 
HODGES Hodge 

Judith 179 

Sarah 216 
HODGKINS Hodgkin 

Eliza L. 19 

Lilman 19 

Mary 19 
HOE Olivia P. xxii 

Robert (Mrs.) 155 xxii 
HOLBROOK Abel 181 191 

Abijah 191 

Alice 183 

Anna 182 

Anne 191 

Daniel 147 

Esther 191 

Eunice 191 

George 154 

Hannah 176 181 

Jane Kelton 154 

John 191 

Joseph 182 

Mary 147 

Nathaniel 183 

Philo 191 

Richard 176 181 191 

Sabra 191 

Sarah 191 

Tabitha 181 
HOLDEN Alexander Martin 
xlviii 

.A.ugu8tu8 Randall xlii 

Eleanor xlviii 

Eleanor Lovina xlviii 

Ellen Frances xlii 

Frederic Augustus xxxvi xlii 

John Greene xlii 

Justinian 240 

Lewis Francis xlii 

Lydia 211 

Aiabel xlviii 

Priscilla 251 252 

Raleigh Warner xxxvii xlviii 

Randall 240 xlii 

Richard 240 xlviii 

Richard Yeomans xlviii 

Stephen xlviii 

Theron Timothy xlviii 

Timothy xlviii 

Timothy Humphrey xlviii 

William 152 xlviii 
HOLFORD Dorothy 229 232 
HOLLAND Charles Pray 155 
xxii 

Sarah May 1 
HOLLENBACK Stella xxiv 



HOLLOWAY Priscilla T. 216 
HOLLY Elizabeth 183 
HOLMAN Abigail 149 

Alfred Lyman 241 
HOLMES 148 

Ann 148 

Arabella Mozart 128 

Catherine 233 

E. C. 101 

Ebenezer 146 148 

EHzabeth 148 

Elmer Wallace 128 

George El wood 128 

John 148 

Jonathan 233 

Joseph 124 

Lucia Ann 128 

Lucia Morton 128 

Mary 146 148 

Nathaniel 146 148 

Obadiah 233 

Obedience 148 

Oliver Wendell 4 

Patience 146 

PhiUp 148 

Samuel 148 

Samuel M. 128 

Sarah 146 148 233 

Sarah Ellen 128 

William 219 
HOLT A. Frank Ixxxix xc 

Abigail 309 

Alfred Brown xc 

Amos 320 

Anna xo 

Anne xc 

Benjamin xxxiv Ixxxixjxc 

Benjamin Dfean xo 

Charles H. Ixxxix ro 

Edison xo 

Sally 320 

W. Harrison Ixxxix xc 

William K. Ixxxix 

William Knox xc 
HOLTON Phila 266 
HOMER Joseph 268 

Mary 268 

Mary Lucy 268 
HONNYWOOD JohnI220 
HOOKE Hook 

John 223 225 

William 303 
HOOKER Edward 90 

Elon Huntington 65 xxvi 

Mary 89 

Samuel 89 

Thomas 90 
HOPKINS Jane 211 

Josephine 205 

Seth 211 

Stephen 244 

William Alden 64 xxii 
HOPKINSON Lucretia 242 
HORTON Emma 160 ^^ 

Horace Ebenezer 160 <^ 

Mary Elizabeth xli ^1 
HOSMER Zerviah 309 CW 
HOTCHKISS Martha 178 

Sarah 176 
HOTTEN John Camden 217 
HOUGH Lent 92 

Mary 92 144 

Samuel 144 
HOUGHTON Anna W. 17 

Asa 197 

Caroline A. H. 210 

Clement Stevens v vi 

Daphna 23 

Elizabeth 203 

Elizabeth Goodrich 64Ixxii 

Ella 26 

Ella S. 26 

Ellen 26 

Emma J. 26 

George Melvin xxvi 



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HOUGHTON cont'd 

Lucy 197 

Oliver 17 

Rachel 305 

Sarah 26 

Stillman J. 26 

Susan 17 
HOVEY — Mr. 114 115 123 

Anna B. 38 
How see Howe 
HOWARD Abigail F. 127 

Charles A. 157 

Eleanor xlviii 

-Fear 12G 
, Harriet 127: 

Henrv Herbert 7G 127 xxvi 

Julia 127 

Lucy 127 

Lucy J. 127 

Lucy T. 127 

Martin 306 

Thomas 127 

Warren 127 
HOWE How 

Ann Maria 205 

Calvin 203 

Caroline 205 

Charles 203 

Cranston 153 

Edward 205 

Edward Willard v vi li 

Elijah 203 

Elizabeth 203 

Elizabeth Withington 265 

Eunice 205 

Eunice Harriet 205 

Fanny Rebecca 265 

Francis 205 

George Rowland 160 

Hannah 181 203 

Harriet 205 

Herbert Barber IGO 

Horace Joseph 265 

Humphrey Barrett 265 

Isaac 205 

Jacob 205 

Jacob Alonzo 205 

■Jane 205 

Jonathan 205 

Julia 203 

Martha Lee 205 

Mar>' 29 30 203 

Mary Jane 205 

Percival Spurr 155 xxii 

Persis 98 

Polly 203 

Prudence 203 

Samuel 29 203 205 

Samuel Albert 205 

Sarah 30 205 

Sarah Elizabeth 205 

Sarah Moseley 153 

Susan Esther 265 

Thomas 203 

William 29 
HOWES Betsey A. 261 

Florence Reynolds Conant 
157 V viii IV xix xx 

Lois 305 

Lucinda 306 

Sarah B. 261 

Zadoc C. 261 
HOWLAND Charles Henry 64 
xxii 

Helen xxiv 

Hope 141 

John xlviii 
HOWLOTT John 238 
HOXIK Maud Ixxxiv 
HOYT Albert Harrison 68 

Th eodore Rushmore 155 xxii 
HUBBARD Hubburd 

Abigail 314 

Dorcaa 314 

Eunice 315 



HUBBARD cont'd 

Hannah 314 315 

John Heard 314 315 

Lucy 37 

Mary Heard 314 

Oliver 37 
HUBBELL Anna 17 

Annie 17 

Edward 17 

Julia 17 
Hubburd see Hubbard 
HUCKSTER Lydia 226 

Stephen 226 

Winifred 226 
HUDSON — Rev. Mr. Ixiii 

Martha 39 

Reliance 213 
HULL Anna 191 

Elizabeth 177 

Eunice 191 

Hattie 20 

Horace D. 101 

John 176 188 191 

Joseph 177 191 

Martha 188 

Nelhe E. 101 

Richard 188 191 

Sally 186 

Samuel 191 

Tabitha 176 

William 66 
HUME Thomas 281 
Humfrey see Humphi:ey 
Humfreye see Humphrey 
Hunifrye see Humpnrey 
HUMISTON Esther 94 

Mary 94 

Samuel 94 
HUMPHREY Humfrey Hum- 
freye Humfrye Humphreys 
Humphries 

Clarence Blake xlii 

Elizabeth 266 

Henry xlii 

Hopeatill Ixii 

Isaac 145 

James Ixii 

Jonas xlii 

Margaret 276 

Mary 276 

Richard 276 

Richard Clapp xxxvi xlii 

Ruth 145 

Sarah 147 

Sarah Blake xlii 

Sarah Elizabeth xlii 
HUNNEWELL James Melville 

vii viii xxvii 
HUNT 261 

Cora Adolla 321 

Dorothy 246 

Elizabeth 149 

Ephraim 246 

Esther 149 

Experience 246 

Joseph 149 

Mary Emma 261 
HUNTERCOMBE William de 

61 
HUNTINGTON E. B. 183 
HURLBURT Hurlbert Hurlbut 

Amity 18 

E. H. 102 

Julius A. 271 

Lucinda Ann 271 

Lyman 18 

Maria 18 

Mary 253 

Nathan 253 
HURST John Edward 64 xxii 
HUSSEY Abigail 11 

Ahijah 7 

Anna 8 

Christopher 6 

Cynthia 11 



HUSSEY cont'd 

Elizabeth 6 253 

Hanson 7 

Hiram 8 

James 253 

Jedediah 8 

John 11 

Judith 8 

Lydia xliii 

Mary 7 9 

Obadiah 6 

Paul 7 11 

Rhoda 8 

Ruth 8 

Sarah 8 

Stephen 6 8 9 

Timothy 11 
HUTCHINS Augustus Schell 64 
xxii 

Charles Lewis xxxv Ixrv Ixxvi 

George Ixxv 

Gordon Ixxvi 

Marv Ixxvi 

Sarah Rolfe Ixxv 
HUTCHINSON James 210 

Marjorie 254 

Sarah 210 
HYLAND — Widow 228 

IDDENDEN Mary 225 
IGGLEDEN Egelden Ingulden 

Elizabeth 220 225 

Jane 220 

John 220 

Sarah 220 

Stephen 225 
INGALLS Laura L. 319 
INGLAND John 221 
INGOLDSBY Alma 267 

Rebecca 267 

Silas 267 
INGRAHAM Judith 202 
Ingulden see Iggleden 
IRELAND Abigail 210 

Emeline 210 

Henry 210 

John 210 

Jonathan 210 

Louisa 210 

Lucinda 210 

Martha 210 

Sarah 210 
ISBURGH Karl xxii 
ISELIN Charies Oliver 64 xiiu 
ISHAM Ralph xxiii 
rVES Abigail 90 

Ann Brooks 93 

Noah 90 

JACKINS Kendall S. 255 

Lizzie E. 255 
JACKSON Abigail 145 

C. 12 

Eleanor O. 39 

Letitia E. 39 

Lucius F. 39 

Silence 264 

Thomas 221 

William Starr xxiii 
JACOBS Jacob 

Benjamin 51 

Deborah 112 

Elias 112 

George 50 51 52 53 110 112 
113 120 121 312 313 

Hannah 44 120 

J. A. 217 

John 53 112 312 

Lois 313 

Lydia 52 

Mary 110 112 113 120 121 
312 313 

Priscilla 50 

Rosetta E. 97 



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Index of Persons 



JACOBS cont'd 

Samuel 110 

Susannah 121 
JACOBUS Donald Lines 89 175 

309 
JAMES Ann xc 

Elizabeth Ix 

Horace Ix 

Lizzie B. Ix 

Olivia P. xxii 
JAQUES Elizabeth 202 

John Thurston 262 

Kate S. 262 

Lucy 262 

Mary Caroline 262 

William 202 

William White 262 
Jeakins see Jenkins 

JEBBINGS 294 

JEFFERDS Jefferd 

Abigail 121 

Bartholomew 112 

Elisabeth 314 

Elizabeth 115 

George 106 

Hannah 311 314 

Mary 119 

Samuel 42 43 56 57 105 106 
107 112 115 118 119 120 
121 311 314 

Sarah 105 106 107 112 115 
118 110 120 121 

Simon 107 

Susannah 120 

William 107 311 
JEFFERSON Martha liixv 

Thomas Ixiv Ixxxv 
JEFFREY Joseph A. 316 
Jenckes see Jenks 
Jenings see Jennings 
JENKINS Jeakine Jenkin 

Caroline A. 207 

Edward 218 

Joshua 9 10 11 12 

Mehitable 6 9 

Richard 221 

Stephen 11 
JENKS Jenckes 

215 

Albert Alvin 155 xiiii 

Charles Fitch hii 

Edith xxii 

Frederick Angier liii 

Henry Angier liii 

Henry Fitch xxxiv lii 

John Henry lii 

Lavinia Hathaway liii 

Lucy 252 

Mary Rand lii 

Willism lii 
JENNINGS Jenings 

J. T lix 

John 305 

Oliver G. 316 

Robert 219 
JEPSON Abner 5 

Abraham 10 11 

Elijah 9 

Elizabeth 5 51 54 

James 54 

Jedediah 5 

Judith 5 

Lois 5 

Lydia 5 

Margaret 5 

Mary 5 

Oliver 5 

Susannah 5 

William 51 52 54 
JERKYN Agnes 287 

John 287 
JERMYN Ambrose Sir 284 

Robert Sir 285 287 288 
JESSOPE John 293 
JEWELL Mary E. xxiii 



JEWETT Hattie 24 

Jerusha 190 
JOCELYN Joslin Josselyn 

Abigail Nims Iv 

Dorothy Ivi 

Joseph Ivi 

Louise Edgell Ivi 

Mary Chamberlin Ivi 

Nathaniel Ivi 

Peter Ivi 

Stephen Perry xxxv Iv Ivi 

Thomas Ivi 

William Iv Ivi 
JOHGE Andrew 278 

Mary 278 
JOHN Bp. 61 
Johnes see Jones 
JOHNSON Alfred 73 163 225 
315 316 317 V vii xi xviii 

Amy 12 

Anna 303 

Annie Elizabeth Snow xlix 

Arabella Lady 236 

Charles 181 

David 185 

Ebenezer 176 181 

Edward 221 225 

Elizabeth 176 179 181 

Frank Coit x xxiii 

George 181 221 

Hannah 176 181 xlix 

Henry 174 

Isaac 236 

James 12 

Jeremiah 176 

John 181 221 

Josiah 304 

Love well 308 

Martha 221 306 

Matthew 221 

Othniel 303 

Peter 170 181 

Polly 304 

Rhoda M. 12 

Robert 258 

Sally 201 

Sarah 176 181 185 191 258 

Susan 221 225 

Susannah 307 

Sylvia 300 

Thomas 176 

Thomas Boyd xlix 

William 221 225 
JOHNSTONE Hugo Richards 
(Mrs.) xxiii 

Kate Allerton 64 
JONES Johnes 

Abraham 303 305 308 

Alfred 303 

Almira 95 

Amy 302 

Benjamin Franklin 251 

BetPev 192 196 307 

Betty 313 

Caroline 101 

Eleanor 153 

Elizabeth 12 

Erastus 302 

Eunice S. 27 

George W. 251 

Hannah 31 

Helen Maria 254 

Henry 147 

Horace 96 

Isaac 307 

Jeremiah D. 254 

Jesse H. 316 

Joseph 313 

Joshua 305 

Kate F. 251 

Lena 98 

Lucy 303 

Margaret 221 

Maria 251 



JONES cont'd 

Mary 146 147 204 206 313 

Mary Cornelia 96 

Mercy 147 

Meribah 304 

Molly 313 

Nancy 305 

Oliver 31 

Phebe 308 

Rachel 303 

Roba 305 

Rufus 302 

Sally 305 

Samuel 101 147 

Samuel N. 98 

Sarah 147 

Stephen 147 

Susannah 305 

Sylvilla 304 

Theodore Francis 65 xxvi 

William 221 302 303 
JOSCELINE Bp. of Sarum 61 
JOSEPH Elizabeth 228 229 233 

Robert 229 233 
Joslin see Jocelyn 
Josselyn see Jocelyn 
JOY Ethel 213 
JOYCE Isabel F. 37 
JUDD Reuben 185 

Sarah 178 185 
JUDSON Anna 179 190 

Anne 180 

Annie xxvi 

Levina 190 

Lewis 191 
JUSTICE Alfred Rudulph xvi 

KAILLY Adam de 62 

Mabilia de 62 
Katchpoll see Catchpole 
KEBLE Robert 276 
KEENE Harriet 269 

Mary 213 
KELLOGG Armida 28 
KELTON Edward 154 

Jane 154 

Mary 154 

Sarah 34 
KEMP Edwin Augustine 39 

Esther M. 39 

Jessie Isabel 39 

Lawrence 303 
KENDALL 261 

Edith XXV 

Harriet Gertrude 261 

Isaac 256 

Phila 256 

Susannah 36 
KENNEDY 264 

Adrianna 128 

Francis Marion 128 

Henry 269 

Olive 264 

Sarah Maria 269 
KENNEY Kenny 

Hephzibah 212 

Josiah 213 

Ruth 213 
KENT Frederic Houston iviii 
KENYON Frederic George Sir 

316 
KEOGH Chester Henry xxvi 
KERRICH Kerich Keriche 
Keridge Keritch Kerriche 
Kerridge Kerrige Kerrych 
Kerrycne Kerych Keryche 
Kyrrich Kyrryche 

297 298 

Agnes 293 295 298 300 

Alice 293 294 295 298 301 

Ann 293 295 296 

Annis 290 293 298 299 

Anthony 293 294 296 300 

Aylmer 293 

Barberye 293 



Index of Persons 



cxix 



KERRICH cont'd 
Charles 295 300 
Christian 290 299 
Christopher 293 294 
Daniel 293 
Dorothy 295 301 
Edmund 293 
Elizabeth 290 291 293 294 

295 296 298 301 
Faith 294 295 
Frances 298 

Francis 294 295 296 300 
George 293 294 296 300 
Giles 291 292 293 295 296 297 

299 300 301 
Hannah 294 295 
Isabel 291 292 300 301 
Jane 294 295 296 298 
Joan 290 293 294 295 298 301 
John 290 291 292 293 294 295 

296 297 298 299 300 301 
Katharine 293 294 295 301 
Lawrence 291 297 298 
Margaret 290 291 292 293 294 

295 298 299 300 301 
Margareta 290 
Margery 279 292 293 295 296 

300 301 
Martha 293 294 298 

Mary 292 293 294 295 298 

299 300 301 

Miles 290 291 294 295 296 

297 298 
Oliver 293 
Peter 294 
Philip 295 301 

Robert 290 291 292 293 294 

295 296 297 298 299 300 

301 
Rose 274 275 279 290 291 292 

295 298 299 300 301 
Samuel 293 295 301 
Simon 294 

Susan 293 295 296 300 
Thomas 290 291 292 293 294 

295 296 297 298 299 300 

301 
William 279 290 291 292 293 

294 295 296 297 298 299 

300 301 
Wolfran 294 295 

KETCHRELL Ketcrell 

Joseph 219 

Simon 219 
KETTLE 298 

Margaret 298 

Margareta 290 
KEYES Keys 

Aline Ixxx 

Eunice 264 

Idelle vii 

John 264 
KIDDER Hannah 23 
KILBORN Mary 303 
KILLOM Mary 41 
KILLPATRICK Kilpatrick 

Betty 121 

Christopher 50 

Elizabeth 105 106 107 109 111 
118 

Isaac 105 

James 113 117 119 120 121 
315 

Jeremiah 52 

John 105 106 107 109 111 118 

Joshua 111 113 

Margaret 51 105 

Mary 54 118 

Nathaniel 106 

Olive 119 315 

Samuel 109 

Sarah 113 117 119 120 121 
315 

Thomas 50 51 52 54 105 107 



KIMBALL Kimbal Kimbel 
Abigail 105 107 108 109 116 

117 
Abraham 109 111 
Axie 15 
Azadiah 113 
Baruch 109 
Benjamin 52 112 113 114 120 

123 
Beriah 109 110 112 113 118 

314 
Bethia 114 

Caleb 45 46 47 48 49 50 52 
109 110 112 113 114 118 
314 
Daniel 110 
Deborah 118 
Eleanor 120 123 
Elijah H. Ixviii 
Eliza Withington 247 
Elizabeth 120 
Ezra 114 
Hannah 111 112 113 114 119 

120 
Heber 110 
Henry 247 
Isaac 112 
Israel 114 
Jacob 113 
James 110 
Joanna 314 
John 105 

Joshua 49 112 120 
Katharine 107 108 
Lucy Young Ixviii 
Lydia 112 113 114 120 123 
Maria 319 

Mary 47 110 111 119 122 
Mercy 116 
Moses 70 
Nathaniel 45 105 107 108 109 

116 117 
Richard 45 52 107 108 111 

112 113 114 119 120 
Royal 305 
Samuel 50 111 
Sarah 48 120 xci 
Susannah 46 47 50 117 
Thomas 110 111 122 
KINCAID Kinkaid 
Caroline Chandler 269 
Frederic Llewellyn 269 
WiUiam Wallace ix xxiii 
Winifred Batchelder 76 
KING Kynge 
Edward 228 
Elizabeth 294 298 
Frank Cecil xxvi 
Henry 294 298 
Mary 203 250 
Rhoda 302 
Richard 228 
Susannah 25 
KINGMAN Joseph 153 
Marv 265 
Polly 153 
KINGSBURY Edith Leonard 
123 
Frank Burnside (Mrs.) xxvi 
John 51 

Mabel Hope xxvi 
Sarah 51 
KINGSLAND Hugh 238 
Kinkaid see Kincaid 
KINNEY Harvey G. 213 

Laura Jane 213 
KIRBY Joseph 189 
Margaret 189 
Mary 189 
KISHNER Susan 249 
KITTREDGE Edward Holmes 

vi 
KNAPP Betsey 34 
KNEELAND Ann 213 



KNIGHT Elisabeth 31 

Faithful 102 

Hannah 47 

Nancy Ixxiii 

Rebecca 151 
KNOWLER John 221 
KNOWLES Knowls 

Abigail 187 

Elizabeth 187 

Joseph F. (Mrs.) xciii 

M. Elizabeth 13 

Olive Wentworth liii 

Samuel 187 

Thomas 187 
KNOWLTON Benjamin 303 
Kooke see Cook 
KRAPPEN 190 

Frances 190 
KRUMBHAAR Hermann 

(Mrs.) Ixx 
KUHN Herbert Lewis 65 xxvi 
Kynge see King 
KYRR Thomas 280 
Kyrrich see Kerrich 
Kyrryche see Kerrich 

LA BARRON Alice 18 
LACKEY Chloe 305 

Fobes 306 
LACY Richard 287 
LADD Richard 227 
Laighton see Leighton 
LAKE Amy 185 

Ann 185 

Elnathan 185 
LAMBOURNE Jane 137 

Joan 137 

WUliam 137 
LAM SON Albert Henry v vii 

xi xvi 317 
LANE Alfred Church 5 

Elizabeth lixxi 

Susan Foster 5 
LANGDON Thomas 176 
LANGLEY Nathaniel 146 

Susannah 146 
LANGSTON Jane 135 

Joan 135 

John 135 
LANHAN Margaret 295 
Lannoy see Delano 
LANSOME Robert 291 
LAPHAM Mary 226 

Thomas 218 226 
LARCOMBE John Southey 155 
xxiii 

LARRABEE Larrabe Larraby 
]^93 

Esther 47 

Eunice 193 

Jesse 111 

Joel 112 

Katharine 47 117 119 

Lydia 108 111 112 116 117 
119 122 

Mary 116 

Sarah 47 

Stephen 47 108 111 112 116 
117 119 122 

William 108 
LASELL Catherine xxiv 
Lathrop see Lothrop 
LATIMER Eunice 78 

Fanny 78 

Fidelia Louisa 78 

Frances Cordelia 78 

Peter 78 

Peter Erskin 78 

Picket 78 
LAUCKS S. Forry 65 xxiii 
LAUD William Abp. of Canter- 
bury xlv 



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Index of Persons 



LATJRIAT Blanche 5 

Charlea Emelius 3 4 5 xxxv 
xciii 

Charles Emile 5 155 vi 

Emelius Anselm 3 

Harriet Fidelia 5 

Louis Anselm 3 

Martha 3 

Sarah 3 

Susan Foster 5 
LAUTERBACH Amanda G4 
xiiii 

Edward (Mrs.) xxiii 
LAVEAU Ermine liv 
LA VIGNE Matilda 24 
LAWNE Alice 293 
LAWRENCE Ann 224 

Christopher 282 

Daniel 100 

Harriet 1 

Lucy Amanda 267 

Margaret 282 
LAWS Angelica 36 • 

Calvin A. 36 

Charlotte 36 

Ebenezer 36 

Mary 36 

Mary E. 36 

Mason P. 36 

Mehnda 36 

Sarah A. 36 

Thomas 36 

Willard 36 
LAWSON David 110 119 

Martha 119 

Penelope 110 119 
Layton see Leighton 
LAZELL Alvah 308 

Armenia 308 

Hiram 308 

Marshall 308 

Pamela 307 

Roxana 308 
LEACH Leech 

Anne 142 

Emily A. 103 

Hannah Maria 207 

Jos 220 

Joseph 104 

Josiah F. 207 

Lenny 103 

Olive 104 

P. C. 101 

Richard 142 

S. Jane 104 

Zebulun 103 
LEADBETTER Deliverance 
146 148 151 

Henry 146 148 

Ruth 145 

Sarah 146 148 151 
LEARNED Learnard 

Cynthia P. 38 

Derby 38 

Fanny 101 

John A. 101 

Lucia L 101 
LEARY George 64 xxiii 
LEATHE John W. 211 

Mary Jane 211 

Sarah M. 211 

William M. 211 
LEAVENWORTH Calvin 196 

Grace 177 

John 177 

Phebe 177 

Sophia 196 

Thomas 177 
LKAVITT Emily Wilder 185 

Gardiner Howland 64 xxiii 
LEE Leigh 

Amos 5 

Edward Baker 75 xxiii 

Grace Ivii 

Mary Ann 16 



Leech see Leach 
LEEDS Leede 

Benjamin Bass Ivii 

Daniel Ivii 

Elizabeth 146 

Hannah 203 206 208 

Hopestill Ivii 

John 228 

Jonathan 206 208 

Joseph 147 Ivii 

Mary 147 

Miriam 147 

Patience 206 208 

Richard Ivii 

Samuel 147 

Sarah Hannah Ivi Ivii 
Leigh see Lee 

LEIGHTON La'ighton Layton 
Leyton 

Alfred Parker 64 xxiii 

Bridget 292 

Francis 292 

George B. 82 
LEIGHTWTY Francis 229 
LEONARD Adelaide King Ixix 

Adeline 38 

Calvin 302 

Christiana Nelson Ixix 

Elizabeth 214 

Ezra Stiles Ixix 

Hannah 211 260 

Harriet xxvi 

James 143 

Merrill D. (Mrs.) 76 xxvi 

Robert Woodward 64 xxiii 

Seth 308 
LESHER Emilie Sniffen xxvi 
LESTER George B. 316 
LE TABLER Guy 62 

Isabel 62 

Thomas 62 
LEVY Julius 316 

Willy 157 
LEWIS Lewes 

Abigail 190 200 

An.sel 172 

Esther 200 

Frank Grant 81 316 

George Howard (Mrs.) xxiii 

Georgia 38 

Hannah 193 

Hannah Newell 200 

Ichabod 194 

James Hawkes 200 

James M. 207 

Jane M. 172 

Jane Withington 207 

Jenny Francis 316 

Joel 200 

John 220 

John L. 38 

Julia Ann 200 

Katharine xxiii 

Laban 200 

Lena 81 

Lydia 200 

Mary 148 

Nathaniel 190 

Rebecca 200 

Sarah 194 220 

Sarah Kimball 172 

Silas 193 

William Penn Ixxx 

Winslow 67 
Leyton see Leighton 
LIBBY Charles Thornton 42 
LIFFERMAN C. F. 247 

Catherine I>oi? 247 
LILLY Enoch 305 
LINCOLN Clinton alias Fiennes 
Theopilus Earl of 236 

Clinton alias Fiennes Thomas 
Earl of 236 
LINCOLN Abraham 160 Ixxx 

Alfred Varnura ix xxiii 



LINCOLN cont'd 

Clara Emma 270 

Levi 86 

Paul 270 

Roxana Taft 270 

Susannah 206 

Waldo viii 
LINDSAY Harriet Isabella xlvii 

John 53 

Samuel 53 
LINFIELD Mary 211 
LINSLEY Curtis 191 

Sabra 191 
LIPPINCOTT Arthur Horton 

64 xxiii 
LISCOM Liscome 

79 

Desire 79 198 

Philip 79 198 
LITTLE Lytle 

— Mr. 114 

Christopher 241 

Leonard 241 

Mary 241 

Rhoda J. 211 

Ruth Ixxxi 
LITTLEFEELD 319 

Abigail 44 46 47 105 106 107 
108 111 112 114 115 116 
117 118 119 120 121 122 
313 314 315 

Abraham 111 

Alice 113 

Anna 44 117 319 

Anthony 113 

Asa 114 

Bathsheba 115 311 

Benjamin 107 311 312 

Betty 119 

Charity ) 17 

Daniel 43 44 108 112 113 311 

David 45 46 47 105 106 108 
111 112 116 117 119 

Deborah 113 121 

Dependance 46 106 

Dorcas 118 311 312 

Dorothy U7 120 313 

Ebenezer 105 311 

Edmund 113 

Eleanor 45 119 

Eliab 106 115 311 

Elijah 106 108 

Elisabeth 313 314 315 

Elisha 106 107 111 114 

Elizabeth 44 47 105 106 108 
115 116 117 

Ephraim 54 

Esther 44 122 

Eunice 122 315 

Frances 53 108 117 

Francis 44 53 55 108 116 118 

Hannah 46 113 115 118 122 
314 

Hephzibah 44 53 55 116 119 

Huldah 46 121 122 

Isaac 46 108 119 120 121 

Isabella 116 

Ithamar 105 112 113 123 314 
315 

Jabez 106 

Jacob 110 

James 46 54 55 106 109 110 

111 113 115 116 117 118 
Jane 108 119 120 121 
Jemima 115 119 
Jeremiah 45 51 107 109 111 

112 114 117 118 119 120 
122 311 315 

Jeremy 313 

Joanna 44 115 

John 44 49 51 53 54 105 106 

107 111 113 114 121 312 

313 
Jonathan 43 44 45 46 47 55 

113 122 314 



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Index of Persons 



cxxi 



LITTLEFIELD cont'd 

Joseph 47 105 107 108 113 

115 311 312 
Joshua 109 

Jo8iah43 44 45 46 49 113 
Jotham 113 312 
Keziah 117 
Levi 112 
Lois 119 
Lucy 315 
Lydia 45 54 55 105 106 108 

109 110 111 113 115 116 

117 118 119 312 315 
Mabel 44 ■ 

Margaret 112 113 123 314 315 
Martha 45 
Mary 45 47 105 111 113 115 

117 121 122 123 
Mehitable 55 107 108 113 116 

119 120 311 
Mercy 121 
Meribah 46 117 
Miriam 315 
Moses 46 105 115 
Naomi 122 
Nathan 45 105 106 108 112 

115 116 117 119 
Nathan Whitman 76 xxiii 
Nathaniel 105 315 
Nehemiah 46 108 109 114 120 

121 122 123 314 
Noah Moulton 108 
Obadiah 106 312 
Olive 118 
Patience 121 
Pelatiah 44 107 108 113 116 

119 120 312 
Persis 120 
■ Peter 44 105 106 108 112 115 

116 117 119 120 121 
Phebe 115 314 
Priscilla 45 120 
Rebecca 117 119 
Rhoda 315 

Roger 108 

Ruth 202 

Samuel 44 46 53 105 106 108 
HI 112 113 115 116 117 
121 122 313 314 315 

Sarah 46 51 53 54 105 106 107 
108 109 111 112 116 117 

119 121 122 311 
Seth 311 

Shuah 123 314 
Stephen 53 108 109 
Susannah 114 115 312 313 314 

315 
Tabitha 44 47 51 108 109 114 

120 121 122 123 314 
Theodore 114 
WilUam 109 

LITTLETON James R. Ixivii 

James R. (MrsJ Irxvii 

Mary King lixvii 
LIVERMORE Caroline Matilda 

257 
LIVINGSTON Gertrude Laura 

il 
LLOYD Horatio Gates (Mrs.) 
65 XXV 

Mary ixv 
LOBDELL Mary 178 

Persis 178 

Simon 178 
LOCKE Lock 

Abigail 127 

Benjamin Ixxx 

Elizabeth 196 209 

Francis 196 209 

Martha 209 

Mary 19 

Mary Ame Ixxx 

Sarah 196 

LOCKLIN 302 

LOCKWOOD Nancy li 



LOCKY Jane 58 


LOWE cont'd 


John 58 


Lydia 53 


LOMBARD Edith 75 xxiii 


Mary 45 46 48 49 50 52 53 


LONGESPEYE Matilda de 62 


120 


LONGFELLOW Henry Wads- 


Mary Emma 261 


worth 166 


Mercy 122 


LONGLEY Thomas 305 


Miriam 122 313 


LONGUEVILLE Gyfifarde Wal- 


Olive 120 


ter Count of 59 60 


Phebe 119 


LONG YEAR Mary Beecher 316 


Sally 261 


LOOK Bethia 47 48 


Samuel 111 


John 47 48 


Sarah 111 112 113 114 118 


Mary 48 


120 121 122 312 313 


LOOMIS 39 


Susan Elizabeth 260 


Fanny 259 


Susan Ella 261 


Mary 39 


Susannah 112 119 120 122 


LORD 253 


Tabitha 49 


Noah 253 


WiUiam 45 106 107 116 118 


Sarah 89 


119 


LORING Angelica 36 


LOWNDES Anne xl 


Arthur Greene vii 


Gertrude Laura xl 


Clarissa 214 


Rawlins xl 


Eliza A. 214 


LUFKIN Lovekin 


Emma J. 214 


264 


Esther 214 


Dorcas 154 


George Bryant 214 


Jacob 154 


Henry 214 
Israel 37 


Olive 264 


LUM Amy 185 


James L. 36 


David 191 


Jonathan Kurd 214 


Polly 191 


Mason 36 


LYDIARD Nicholas 50 52 


Melinda 36 


Sarah 52 


Sarah Stewart 214 


LYMAN — Rev. Mr. 123 313 


Sophia B. 37 


Abigail 190 


William Henry 214 


Arthur T. (Mrs.) Ixxxi 


LOTHROP Lathrop 


Catherine Robbins Ixxix 


Deborah Ixxxi 


Julia xxiii 


Mehitable 249 


Margaret Perkins Ixxxi 


Thornton Kirkland v vi xi 


Theodore 66 


xxi 


LYNCH Annie 65 xxvi 


LOTTE Charles Eugene 75 xxiii 


LYNDFORD John 227 


LOUD Samuel P. 203 


LYON Harriet xxvi 


Susannah Bird 203 


Jane 198 


LOUNSBURY Amelia 192 


Waitatill 147 


LOVE Agnes 220 


Lytle see Little 


Lawrence 227 




Lovekin see Lufkin 


McALPIN 96 


LOVELAND Elizabeth Ann 191 


Bede Eliza 96 


192 


McCarthy Denis Aloysius 


Truman 192 


157 


LOVERING Ann 128 


Eliza Jane 205 


Eliza R. 128 


Robert 205 


John Parker 128 


McCLELLAN Frank A. Ixxxiu 


Joseph 128 


McCLEMENT John Hall ix 


Joseph Foster 128 


xxiii 


Margaret 202 
Mary Ann 128 
Sarah Cook 128 


McCORMICK Annie 255 
Edith xxiii 
Harold Fowler (Mrs.) ix xxiii 


Susan Henry 128 


McCULLOUGH Elizabeth Iviii 


LOVET Joan 133 


McDANIEL John 311 


Thomas 133 


Pelatiah 311 


LOWE Low 


Susannah 311 


Abigail 106 107 116 118 119 


Mcdonald Macdonald 


Annie L. 261 


Henrietta 268 


Asa 312 


James Allan 65 xxv 


Benaiah 114 


Maud Mabel 65 


David 48 112 113 121 122 


Maude Isabel xxvi 


312 313 


Thomas 268 


Ebenezer 110 


MacDONNEL Mack Donnel 


Edmund Augustus 260 


John 110 111 113 121 


Edward 261 


Joseph 113 


Eleanor 122 


Mary 121 


Elizabeth 45 110 120 


Robert 111 


Ephraim 60 120 


Susannah 110 111 113 121 


Esther 116 


McDOWLAND Jerusha 178 


Florence Withington 261 


Thomas 178 


Hannah 121 
Harriet Gertrude 261 


McELWAIN Betsey 35 

Daniel 35 
McEnany see McNany 


Horace Wales 261 
Jedediah 112 


Job 46 52 110 111 112 113 114 
120 122 


McGAHEY Henry 36 
Melinda 36 


John 107 112 119 120 122 


McGUlRE Edmund J. 161 


Lillian Annie 261 


Macharnes see Makernea 



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Index of Persons 



McINTIRE Mclntyre 

Amelia Bigelow Ixxi 

Benjamin E. Ixxi 

Eliza Ann xci 

Elizabeth Jane Ixx 

Frank Palmer xxxv Ixx Ixxi 

John Ixx 

Palmer Ixx 

Robert Ixx 

William Ixx 
Mack Donnel see MacDonnel 
McKEAN Mary 253 
McKELVEY Charles W. (Mrs.) 

Ixii 
McKIM Annie M. xxv 

Randolph Harrison (Mrs.) x 
xxv 
McKINLEY William Ixxxvii 
MACKLELLAND Macklellan 
MacLelan 

Bryce 51 52 54 56 

Caree 107 

Elizabeth 107 

George 56 

Hugh 107 

Jane 51 52 56 

John 51 

Samuel 54 

William 56 
McLANE Benjamin 152 

Daniel 152 

Deliverance 152 

Mary 152 
McLAUTHLIN Jane 129 
MacLelan see Macklelland 
McMURTRIE Mary Elizabeth 

xxiv 
McNAIRY Amos Bush (Mrs.) 
64 xxiii 

Mary xxiii 
McNANY McEnany 

Elizabeth 13 

James 13 

Mame C. see Mary Elizabeth 

Marv Elizabeth 13 
McNEiL Charles 190 

Thankful 190 
MacNICHOL George Pope xxiii 
McNITT David 307 

James 305 

Patty 302 

Sally 305 
McNULTY Agnes 241 
McOWEN Frederick 65 xiiii 
MACY Alan Dent xliv 

Anna Kathryn xliv 

Helena Wright xliv 

Jane xliii 

Josiah xliii 

Josiah Henry xliii 

Lydia xliii 

Lydia Hussey xliii 

Malcolm Dunbar xliv 

Marion xliv 

Marion Marjorie xliv 

Silvanus Jenkins xxxvii xciii 

William Alec xliv 

William Austin xxivi xliii xliv 

William Charles xliv 
HADDOCKS Maddox 

Abigail 120 

Caleb 109 111 118 120 

Elizabeth 109 111 118 120 

Henry 50 105 106 115 

John 50 105 114 

Mary 105 106 115 

Palsgrave 106 

Richard 111 

Ruth 115 118 

Samuel 109 

Sarah 114 
MADISON James 86 
MAGNA Russell (Mrs.) 316 
MAGOUN Henry A. x xxiii 
MAIOR John 227 



Maister see Masters 
MAKERNES Macharnes 

Agnes 139 

Eleanor 58 139 

Ellen 139 

William 139 
MANAHAN Ellen Montgom- 
ery xc xci 
MANLEY Henry 82 

Reuben 151 

Thankful 151 
MANN Charles Edward vi 

Henry Sanford (Mrs.) 76 
xxvi 

Mary 254 

Mary Nash xxvi 

Olive 153 
MANNING Ann 251 

George 251 

Sarah Wiswell 251 
MANSFIELD Hannah Eliza- 
beth 207 

John 91 

Jonathan N. 257 

Lois 310 

Lucy H. 257 

Lydia 91 

Marv 186 

Richard S. 207 

Sarah 91 
MANSON Edith 251 

Frederic Hurlbut 251 

Frederic Irving 251 

Frederic W. 251 

Josephine 251 

Kate Withmgton 251 

Lillian Josephine 251 

Mabel 251 

Mary Ann 251 

Sarah Ellen 251 
MANTOR James 305 
MANTRAVERS Alice 62 
MANVILLE John 193 

Ruth 193 
MARBLE Aaron Ixxxiii 

Anna Theresa Ix"}}} 

Emily Greene Ixxxiii 

Enoch Ixxxiii 

Freegrace Ixxxiii 

Hannah 208 253 _ 

Helen Chace Ixxxiii 

Jerome Ixxxiii 

John Putnam Ixxxiii 

Joseph Russel xxxiv Ixxxii 
Ixxxiii 

Phebe Ixxxiii 

Russel Ixxxiii 

Ruth Putnam Ixxxiii 

Samuel Ixxxiii 

Sarah Almy Ixxxiii 
MARCH Caroline 88 

Catherine Monroe xlvi 

Henry 88 

Mary Frances 88 
Marchant see Merchant 
MARION Addison Gardner 
267 

Anna 151 

Eliza Jane 267 

Elizabeth 151 Ixxix 

Esther 151 

Isaac 151 

Lydia 151 

Mary 151 

Nathan Kellogg 267 

Nathaniel 151 

Rebecca 151 

Ruth Ann 267 

Sarah 151 

Thankful 150 151 

William 150 151 
MARKLE Ida xxii 

John 64 xxiii 
MARKS Nathan 92 

Susannah 92 



MARLAND Abby Billings 
Ixxvii 

George Abbott Ixxvii 

Helen Ixxvii 

Mary King Ixxvii 

Salome Jane xxxiv Ixxvi 
Ixxvii 

Sarah Ixxvi 

William Ixxvi Ixxvii 

William Sykes Ixxvi 
MARSH Mashe 

Carlos E. 41 

Celia F. 206 

Charles 206 

Fennimore C x xxiii 

Francis 34 40 

Francis G. 41 

Freeman L. 41 

Hannah 206 

Hannah Withington 206 

Horatio W. 206 

John 227 

Laura A. 41 

Louisa L. 206 

Lucy M. 206 

Maria 206 

Mary 41 

Perlina S. 34 40 

Reuben P. 41 

Susannah 206 

Susannah Lincoln 206 

Thomas 206 

Warren 206 
MARSHALL Joseph 124 

Margaret 124 

Mary 32 124 319 

Samuel 218 219 

William 32 320 

William Earl of Pembroke . 
see Pembroke Earl of 
MARSHEY Marshia 

Adeline 18 

Michael 18 

Sloma 18 
MARTIN Martyn 

Alice Ixvii 

Charles 322 

Darwin Denice xxiii 

George 41 241 

Henry H. Ixvii 

Hiram xxiii 

Lucia A. 41 
MARVIN Merwin 

George Ritchie 76 vii 

Hannah 177 181 Ixxviii 

Mary 188 
Mashe see Marsh 
MASON Elias 208 

Emme 220 

Rachel 208 

Ruth 208 
MASSY George 235 
MASTERS Maister Master 

Agnes 137 139 

Elizabeth 177 

James 177 

John 137 
MATHER Joseph 150 

Katharine 149 150 

Richard 143 

Samuel 64 xxiii 

Sarah 150 
MATTHEWS Nathan vi 

William 229 
MATTISON 78 

Almond Zina 78 

Ama78 

Henry 78 

Ira 78 

Jane 78 

Lois 78 

Susannah 78 
MATTOCK Ann 146 149 
Maudesley «ee Moseley 
Maudsley see Moseley 



i^Zti '*\ 



Index of Persons 



CXXlll 



MAXAM Samuel 306 
Maxell see Maxwell 
MAXFIELD Lovey 252 
MAXWELL Maxell 

Abigail 9 50 112 113 114 123 
313 

Alexander 113 

Barak 106 

Daniel 112 114 

David 54 112 113 114 123 
313 

Gershom 50 52 54 106 109 
115 116 117 

Hannah 123 

John 52 112 122 123 311 

Lilly 303 

Loruhamah 311 

Lucy 122 

Martha 117 

Mary 106 109 115 116 117 
123 210 

Miriam 115 116 

Phebe 112 122 123 311 

Sarah 313 

Susannah 117 

Sylvester 305 
MAY George Henry ixiii 

Robond 293 
MAYHEW George 308 

Susan Brimmer xlv 
MAYNARD 12 13 

Amy 12 

Amy D. 27 

Anna W. 17 

Arthur H. 24 

Autenia H. 13 

Betsey 12 

C. 12 

Calvin 12 

Cornelia L. 14 23 

Dorothy 197 

Edward 13 

Eliza K. 13 

Elizabeth see M. Elizabeth 

Emily 24 

Ephraim 12 

Flora Ardelia 13 

Frank Burton 12 13 

Frank William 12 

Gaylard H. 13 

Hannah O. 12 

Harriet 12 21 

Harrison S. 12 13 27 

Horace H. 12 

Isabel 23 

James I ' 

Jesse Knowler 13 14 

John 13 

Julia S. 13 

Luana S. 13 

Lucy 13 14 

M. Elizabeth 13 

Mame C. see Mary Elizabeth 

Maria 12 

Martha 13 

Martha Isadore 12 13 

Mary Elizabeth 13 

Mary J. 12 

Myron B. 13 

Orlando 13 

Orra S. 13 

Patty P. 13 

Phebe 13 24 

Rhoda 27 

Samuel 12 

Sarah 13 

Sarah A. 13 

Simon 13 24 

Stephen 13 

Stillman 12 

William Davis 13 

William T. 13 
MAYO Annie 255 

Edward P. 255 

Emma 255 



MAYO cont'd 

Harriet T. 255 

Joseph 255 

Joseph S. 255 

Lawrence Shaw 322 

Leonard 255 

Liezie E. 255 

Nancy 255 

Rachel 255 

William Withington 255 
MEAD Meade Meads Mede 

Abigail 184 

Andrew 322 

Benjamin 184 

D. M. 13 

J. M. 13 

Joseph 30 

Patience 147 

Ruth 30 

Sadie J. 13 
' Stephen 30 
MEARS Ann Brown 205 

George Washington 205 

John 205 

Lemuel Robinson 205 

Lucy 205 

Lucv Withington 205 

Sarah 205 

Sarah Elizabeth 205 

Sarah Robinson 205 
Mede see Mead 
MEDUANA Walter de 62 
MEECH Sarah W. 272 
MEEDER Hannah 8 
MEEKER Mary 178 
MEELER Ruth 12 
MEIGS John xxxvii xciii 
MERCHANT Marchant 

Hallet 194 

Rachel 194 

Sarah 188 194 

Thomas 228 
MERMOD Augustus S. (Mrs.) 
xxiii 

Mary E. 64 xxiii 
Merret see Merritt 
MERRIAM Hephzibah 258 

John McKinstry xviii 

Mary 30 

Nathaniel 30 
MERRILL Cyrus Strong 160 

Edward Henry 160 

Edwin A. 39 

Emma J. 39 
MERRITT Merret 

Edward Alford ix xxiii 

Nehemiah 10 
MERRY 249 

Susan 249 
MERRYFIELD John 109 

Mary 120 

Simeon 109 110 112 114 120 

Thankful 109 110 112 114 
120 

Thomas 114 

William 112 
MERVINE William M. 241 
Merwin see Marvin 
METCALF Frank H. (Mrs.) 
155 

Stephen Olney 155 xxiii 
MEYER Emma J. 157 
MILBANK A. G.. (Mrs.) xli 

Marjorie xli 
MILES Bethia 94 177 178 

Hannah 178 309 

Herbert James Ix 

John 178 li 

Jonas Keyes Ix 

Jonas Maynard Ix 

Jonas Michael xxxiv Ix 

Jonathan 177 178 

Lizzie B. Ix 

I>owell Milton Ix 

Lucinda 178 



MILES cont'd 

Lucy 178 

Mary 178 

Mehitable 178 

Phebe 177 

Rebecca Bragdon Ix 

Richard 177 

Samuel 177 Ix 

Theophilus 177 178 

Thomas Ix 

Zerviah 177 178 
MILLER Anna Ridgway xxiii 

Dolly Goodhill 272 

Eliza Ixx 

Florence Andyman xxvi 

Ida Farr 242 

Ida Louise vi 

P. 28 

Phineas Gleason 209 

Sarah 209 
MILLS Bruce 38 

Elizabeth Ann 190 

Ida May 18 

Mary Loula 38 

Walter B. 38 
MILLSPAUGH Edward Jud- 

son xxiii 
MILTON Anna Ridgway xiiii 

William (Mrs.) 65 xxiii 
MINER Minor 

Alvin John 13 

Emma J. 13 

John 13 

L. J. see Leo 

L. W. 13 

Laura M. 14 

Leo 14 

Lucy Sevign 13 

Lurmtha 13 

Walter W. 14 
MINOT Joseph Grafton vi 
MINSHALL Sarah 140 141 

William 140 141 
MISSENDEN Elizabeth de 132 
MITCHELL Mitchel 

Ann Eliza 36 

Caroline Elois Iviii 

Charlotte A. J. 260 

Content A. 36 

D. F. 15 

Edward H. 36 

Elizabeth Iviii 

Emma E. 36 

Esther 182 

George Iviii 

Giles 281 

Godfrey 281 

Grace Iviii 

James Iviii 

John 120 122 260 Iviii 

John J. Iviii 

Lucinda Elisabeth Ivii Iviii 

Lucy 122 

Lydia 120 122 

Martha D. 35 

Martha M. 36 

Mary 7 14 15 

Miles 35 

Sarah 260 

Simeon 182 

Theodore M. 36 

Thomas 281 

Webster C. 36 

William 6 
MIX Stephen 178 

Zerviah 178 
MOFFAT David George xvii 

Elizabeth H. xvii 

R. Burnham 90 
MOLLINEX Molyner 

Agnes 287 

Gideon 11 

John 287 
MONK Abigail 152 

Anna 152 



CXXIV 



Index of Persons 



MONK cont'd 

Benjamin 151 

Christopher 152 

Elias 152 

Elijah 152 

Eliphalet 152 

Enoch 152 

George 249 

Hannah 152 

Lillian Hoag 82 

Lydia 249 

Mary 152 

Nancy 249 

Rachel 152 

Ruth 151 

Sarah 152 

Silence 152 

Susannah 152 
MONROE Adele Orville 255 

Cora Livingston 255 

David Bates 255 

Edwin Wallace 255 

Emma J. 255 

Ezra Barrows 255 

Frances 255 

George Edwards 255 

Ida C. 255 

Julia Ann 255 

Juliana Appleton 255 

Lucy A. 255 

Lydia 35 

Mather Withington 255 

Oscar Edward 255 

Prudence 206 

Rachel Bates 255 

Royal 255 

Sarah Thompson 255 

William 255 

William Locke 255 
MONSON Abigail 50 51 56 

John 49 

Joseph 49 

Mar>' 49 53 

Robert 47 48 49 51 53 56 

Sarah 48 

Stephen 56 
MONTAGUE Albert 14 

Amanda 14 

Harry 14 

William Henry 66 
MOODY Herbert A. 241 

Mary 105 

Nathaniel Green 105 

Samuel 56 57 105 303 

William 241 
MOORE Moor Mores 

134 

Achsah 216 263 

Alexander 138 

Alfred Fitter (Mrs.) 316 

Betsey 307 

Clarissa Washburn 192 

Cornelia 23 

Cornelia L. 14 

Crayton M. 14 

Elizabeth 134 

Emily M. 14 

George 234 

Georgie E. 14 

Gertie M. 14 

H.J. 14 

Hannah J. 247 

Holland 14 

John 238 

John D. 14 23 

John Leverett 64 xxiii 

Lizzie M. 23 

Marie 138 

Myrtie A. 14 

Sarah 14 

Willie T. 14 
MORAN E. 24 
MORDEN Anne 121 

James 121 

Jane 121 



MOREHEAD John Motley 241 
Mores see Moore 
MORGAN Emma 28 

Francis 160 

Gertrude A. 40 

Jabez 304 

Jane Norton Ixv 

John Pierpont ixv 

Lydia 89 

Sally F. Ixiii 

Samuel Davidson Ixii 

Samuel Tate xxxiii Ixii Ixiii 

Talithia Adaline ixii 

Theophilus 90 
MORIARTY George Andrews 
57 73 129 226 273 v vii xi 
xvi xviii 
Morison see Morrison 
MORRILL Morrell Morrel 

— Mr. 114 

Abraham 7 8 9 

Anna 8 

Anne 10 

David 7 8 10 

Delia 14 

Elizabeth 10 

Ephraim 9 

Humphrey 10 

James 14 

Jedediah 7 9 

John 7 

Josiah 7 8 

Levi 10 

Lydia 10 

Mary Angelina liv 

Nahum 8 9 

Peter 7 8 

Sarah 8 

Susannah 8 

Thaddeus 6 9 

Winthrop 7 
MORRIS Davis Harrington 
239 

Ida xxiii 

Kate Eugenia viii 

Mary 241 

Seymour (Mrs.) x xxiii 
MORRISON Morison 

Abigail 115 121 

Abram 311 

Benjamin 312 

Charity 314 

Daniel 48 49 51 52 54 106 107 
112 114 115 118 121 312 
313 

David 51 112 

Ebenezer 107 

Eleanor 52 106 107 115 118 
315 

Elisabeth 311 315 

George Austin 274 

Hannah 49 

Huldah 315 

John 107 114 

Joseph 311 315 

Lydia 54 314 

Mary 112 114 121 312 313 

Nathan Littlefield 106 314 

Samuel 106 315 

Sarah 315 

Susannah 121 

Tabitha 118 
MORROW Ebenezer 33 
MORSE Morss Moss 

Abigail 14 

Adelia Almira 14 

Amasa 14 

Amos 93 

Ann 93 185 

Ann Brooks 93 

Apame 183 

Cnarles Anthony 64 xxiii 

Daniel 14 

George W. 14 

J. Howard 185 



MORSE cont'd 

John 185 

Lionel 280 

Mercy 185 

Miriam P. 14 

Moses 93 

Nichols 183 

Sarah L. 14 

Sarah Minerva 93 

William 185 
MORTON Morten Morteyn 

Abigail 148 

Alice Ixviii 

Anna Livingston Ixviii 

Anne 138 

Daniel Oliver Ixvii 

P^dith Livingston Ixviii 

Edmund de 131 

Elizabeth 126 

George Ixvii 

Gervaise 138 

Helen Ixviii 

James 229 

John de Sir 131 

Lena Ixviii 

Levi Parsons xxxiv Ixvii 
Ixviii 

Lewis Ixviii 

Lucretia Ixvii 

Lucy de 131 

Lucy Young Ixviii 

Margaret 229 

Mary Ixviii 

Seth 148 

Silas 125 126 
MORWAY Beatrice S. 14 

Homer S. 14 

Jennie I. 14 

Rhoda A. 14 
MOSELEY Maudesley Maud- 
sley 

Charles William xiv xxxv 
xci xcii 

Charlotte A. xci 

Ebenezer 145 

Edward Strong xci xcii 

Elisha 199 

Elizabeth 145 199 

Esther 199 

Flavel 199 

Frederick S. xcii 

Jane B. 199 

Julia M. xcii 

Mary Ann 199 

Mary Preston 153 199 

Sarah 34 153 199 201 260 

Thomas l":;: . '9 

Thorn f er 199 

W''" .ard xcii 

M( .rse 

M . .xROP Matthew 322 

>' , JNDFORTH John 287 
xaOUNTCHENSY Warine de 

62 
MO YES Margaret 281 288 289 
MULFORD Barnabas 309 

Mehitable 309 
MULLINER Mullyner 

Richard 284 

Robert 288 

Thomas 282 
MULLINS William Ivii 
MULLY Elizabeth 288 

Robert 286 287 288 
Mullyner see MuUiner 
MUNN Polly 302 
MUNNTER Susan 225 
MUNSELL Joel 67 
MUNSON Almira Ixxviii 

Augustus 95 

Caroline 310 

Eunice 97 

Hannah 194 

Isaac 310 

Jonathan 97 



Index of Persons 



cxxv 



MUNSON cont'd 

Joseph 193 

Lucinda 193 

Margaret 178 

Myron A. 97 

Polly 95 310 

Samuel Lyman xxiii 
MURDAC Murdak 

Alice 63 

Beatrice 63 
MURRAY Seth 320 
MURY Benjamin 197 

Ruth 197 
MUSARD Isabel 62 
MUSE Elizabeth 99 
MUSKOLL Thomasine 228 
MUZZEY Muzry 

253 

Abigail 210 

Benjamin 210 

Mary 210 

Ruth 253 

NAGEL Anne xxv 

Charles (Mrs.) 65 xiv 
NANSEGLOS Nansicles 

Mary 136 

William 136 
NARAMORE M. L. 14 

W. M. 14 

Zaidee 14 
NASH Chauncey Gushing xxiii 

Roger 227 
NASON Arthur C. (Mrs.) xcii 

Elizabeth Chickering Ixxi 

Jeremiah 110 

Sarah 110 

Uriah 110 
NAZRO Arthur (Mrs.) 65 
NEAL Neall 

Elizabeth 568 11 

George 9 

Gideon 9 

Hiram 12 

James 10 

Mary 264 
NEGUS Phebe 302 
NELSON Andrew J. 272 

Edith Warren 270 

Elizabeth 251 

Louisa M. 272 

Nicholas 272 

Polly 272 
NETTLETON Mary Ann 192 
NEULEY Thomas 220 
NEVn.L Margaret 62 
NEVINS Josephine McCloskey 

xlix 
NEWBOLD Anna P. Ixx 

Arthur Emlen xxxiii Ixx 

Dorothy Ixx 

Fitz-Eugene Ixx 

Harriet ixx ' \ 

John S. Ixx 

Sarah L. Ixxxviii 

Thomas (Mrs.) Ixxxviii 
NEWCOMB Alice Loring xxvi 
NEWELL Almond 256 

Betsey 256 

Charlotte M. 206 

Hannah 200 

Laura 101 

Lyman 256 

Mary 256 

Rachel Flagg 256 
NEWHALL Almond 256 

Mary 256 
NEWMAN Jennie 213 

John 213 

Margaret Anna 213 
NEWMARCH — Rev. Mr. 57 
NEWTON Abigail 182 

Ezekiel 182 

Isaac 320 



NICHOLS Nicholls 

28 

Abigail 185 

Asa 306 

Benjamin 182 

Charles 14 

Charles B. 14 28 

Charies W. 14 

Charlotte 14 28 

Charlotte A. 14 28 

David 141 304 

Edward 220 

Elizabeth 141 

Elnathan 190 

Esther 191 

Frank 14 

James 254 

Jane 182 

John 14 28 

Lucy 186 

Luthera B. 28 

Mabel 98 

Mary 254 

Miriam 254 

Parne 304 

Rebecca H. 28 

Sarah 186 

Theophilus 186 
NICKERSON Mary 126 
NILES Clarissa 216 

Herbert 14 

Lizzie C. 14 

Mary 14 

Pearl 14 

Salmon T. 14 

Sarah 261 
NIMS Abigail 304 

Anna 307 

Electa 307 

John 308 

Lucy 308 

Patty 306 

Polly 307 

Silas 303 

Thankful 307 
NIXON 267 

Aaron 205 215 

Anna Parker Bulley 205 

Armine xlv 

Delia M. 267 

Eliza Jane 205 214 215 

Elizabeth 206 

Elizabeth Tucker 205 215 

Eunice Tucker 205 

John 205 

John Warren 205 

Lucy Withington 205 

Sarah Ann 205 
NOBLE Frank Chariton 157 
NOLTING Charles A. 64 xxiii 
NORCOTT Ann 221 
NORRIS Bertha L. 15 

Frank J. 15 

Marion Chase 15 
NORTHEY Sarah Ixxvi 
NORTHROP 181 

D. F. 15 

Elizabeth F. B. 14 15 

Jonathan 15 

Jonathan (Mrs.) 15 

Susannah 181 
NORTON Isabella F. xxi 

John 239 294 

Lawrence Harper xxvi 

Mary 239 

Philippa 137 

Richard 137 
NORWOOD EUzabeth 140 

George 140 
NOWERS Edward H. (Mrs.) 

NOYES Abigail 89 
Caroline 261 
Eleanor xxiii 
Elijah Withington 262 



NOYES cont'd 

Eliza Frothingham 262 

Grace xxvi 

Helen Maria 262 

Horace Pearson 262 

Joseph 89 

Judith 262 

Katharine Dodge 262 

Nathan 261 

Nathaniel Dodge 262 

Rufus King (Mrs.) xxvi 

Sarah 261 

Silas 262 
NUTTING Abiah 15 

Axie 15 

Ernest W. 15 

Frank G. 15 

George 15 

George F. 15 

Jennie M. 15 

Nellie E. 101 

OAKES Oaks 

Byron K. 15 

David C. 41 

Emily 15 

Finette 41 

Lucy Ann 41 

Mary Jane 41 

Minnie Elmira 41 

Seth 15 
OATMAN Elisha 185 

Hannah 185 186 

Samuel 185 186 
O'BRIEN Michael J. 241 

Thomas J. 76 xxvi 
OCKINGTON Mary Ann 199 
O'CONNERS Daniel 260 

Mary Ann 260 
OGDEN — Capt. 320 

John Cosins 187 

Mary 187 

Mary Ann Ixxxi 
OLCOTT John H. (Mrs.) 243 
246 

Maria Isabel 246 
OLDS Edward A. 157 
OLIN Abigail 15 

Ellen F. 15 

Gideon H. 15 

Hannah 15 

Henry 15 

Roiana 15 
OLIVER Olivier 

Abigail 204 

Andrew 204 

Anthoine Ixxxv 

Peter Ixvi 
O'NILE Elizabeth 13 
ORCUTT Samuel 175 
O'REILLY Vincent J. 161 
ORNE Henry 66 
ORPYN Anne 140 
ORR Arthur (Mrs.) 65 xxiii 
ORRELL William 64 xxiii ^ 

OSBOND(E) 284 

OSBORN Daniel 195 

Elizabeth 177 

Enos 193 

Experience 192 

Hiram 192 

Jeremiah 195 

Joseph 177 195 

Mary 139 195 

Naomi 193 

Obedience 195 

Sarah 192 

Thomas 195 

W. 139 
OSGOOD John 322 
OTIS Mary 124 

Walter Joseph 63 xxiii 
OVELL Nathaniel 222 
OVIATT Freelove 184 

John 184 



.1 

ii 



CXXVl 



Index of Persons 



OVIATT cont'd 

Susannah 184 
OVITT Ada 15 16 
Charles F. 15 
Dennis S. 15 
Eddie Daniel 15 
Edgar D. 15 
Ella 15 
Ella L. 15 
Homer 16 
Jane A. 99 
John 15 
Lydia 15 
Mary 15 
Matilda E. 15 
Mildred Sarah 15 
Reuben C. 15 
Richard 16 

Pacheury see Patching 
PACK Mary xxiii 

Thomas 292 
PACKARD Abby Frances 128 

Betsey 128 

Caroline 128 

Charles Foster 128 

Charles Henry 128 

David Andrew 128 

Ellen J. 129 

George Foster 128 

Herbert Winslow 128 

John 128 

John L. 128 

Louisa H. 212 

Lydia 249 

Sarah Eatella 128 

Sibyl Dunbar 128 

Susan Perkins 128 

Sylvanus 128 

Sylvanus Cook 128 

Walter Cushman 128 

WUliam White 128 
PAGE Paige 

A. G. 16 

Araitta P. 16 

Amity 16 18 

Betsey 16 

Betsey Elliott 16 

Charles 198 

Cora A. 16 

Cyrus 5 

E. Stillman 16 

Edward 222 

Edward Stevens ix xxiii 

Elizabeth 198 

Eunice 16 

Foster 16 

G. A. 16 

Gardiner 16 

Gardner 16 

Hannah 198 

Harriet Fidelia 5 

John 290 li 

Jonhn 12 

L. B. 16 

Lydia 16 

Mary 198 

Mary Ann 16 

Mavran 31 

Phebe li 

Rebecca 198 

Reed 16 

Reid 16 

Robert 61 

Seneca 16 

Stillman 16 

Susan Elvira 5 

Timothy Stillman 16 

Worthington 16 
PAINE Pain Payne 

37 229 

Abiel 305 

Alice 230 232 

Elizabeth 256 

Emeline R. 37 



PAINE cont'd 

Henry W. Ixxiii 

Marion 230 232 

Mary 247 

Peter 229 230 232 

Phebe li 

Robert Treat xxxix 

Stowell L. 37 

Susannah 302 
PALLANT Edward 293 
PALMER Paulmer 

Amanda 319 

Anna 319 

David Shepherd 319 

Ellen 319 

Enoch 319 

Frances M. 319 

Frances Maria Ix 

George Washington 319 

Gideon Ix 

Hannah 319 

Harriet 126 

Henry Osgood 319 

Hezekiah Hayden 306 

James 319 

James Monroe 319 

Jessie Fearing Ixi 

John Ix 

John Simmons xxv Ix Ixi 

Jonathan 318 319 

Jonathan Prescott 319 

Judith 319 

Julius xxv xiiiii Ix Ixi 

Laura L. 319 

Laura Richmond Ixi 

Lewis Augustus 319 

Lois 319 

Margaret 319 

Maria 319 

Martha 79 

Martha A. 319 

Mary 158 

Mary E. 319 

Mary F. 319 

Molly 319 

Moses Ix 

Rebecca 319 

Richard Ix 

Sarah 319 

Simon Prescott 319 

Stephen 319 

Trueworthy 318 319 

William 79 80 158 318 319 Ix 

William Lincoln 80 160 319 

William Prescott 319 
PALMITER Annvanetta 34 

Darwin 34 

Ellen 34 

Fannie 34 

Harley E. 34 

Phebe Maria 34 

Rosabel 34 

Russell 34 
PAPASIAN Bertha S. xviii 
PARDEE Abigail 309 

Enos 309 

George 309 

Hannah 309 

Jesse Homan ii xxiii 

Joseph 309 

Walter Stone xxvi 
PARK Parke 

Hannah Anne Ixxxi 

Lawrence xvii 

Richard Ixixi 
PARKER 136 

Abigail 212 

Alvin A. (Mrs.) 65 xxiii 

Amory 17 

Amos 32 

AmoB E. 16 17 

Anna 17 136 

Anna W. 17 

Annie C. xxiii 

Augusta 17 



PARKER cont'd 

Belinda 96 

Benjamin 32 

Betsey 16 

Charles 32 

Dana 17 

David 212 248 

David L. xcii 

Edmund 32 

Elisha 16 17 

Emma F. 16 

Esther 32 

Esther Damon 248 

Eunice 17 

Eunice W. 16 

F. D. 17 

Fanny M. 17 

Frederick 17 

Hollis 17 

Joanna 147 

John 242 

Jonathan 32 

Joseph 17 

Joseph H. 16 

Levi 96 

Lovina E. 18 

Lydia 32 

Mary 32 

Matilda 16 17 

Minerva E. 102 

Phebe 32 

Relief 16 17 

Reuben 32 

Sally 16 17 

Sarah 32 

Sibyl 32 

Silas 32 

Sumner E. 16 

W. R. 16 
PARKHURST Caroline S. S. 99 

Fanny 17 

Frederic Hale 173 
PARLIN Emily Euna 17 

Etta May 17 

Frank E. 17 

Hattie Emeroy 17 
PARMELEE Charles Arthur 

xxvi 
PARMENTER James Parker 
vii viii xv 

Mary 37 
PARSONS Abigail 45 

Francis 162 

Lucretia Ixvii 

Reginald H. xxiii 

Simeon 303 

William Decatur 241 
PARTRIDGE Betsey 103 

Mariam 20 
PATCHING Pacheury Patchen 

Elizabeth 225 

Joseph 220 225 
Paton see Patten 
PATRICK Dinah 302 

Johnson 127 

Mary 127 
PATTAH Susannah 189 
PATTEN Pattan Paton Patton 

Apphia 253 

Elisha 54 

Elizabeth 119 

Hanz 107 

Henry 253 

James 106 

Jane 106 107 108 118 119 120 

John 51 108 

John Williams 65 xxiii 

Martha 118 

Matthew 61 64 

PriscUla 312 314 

Sarah 120 

Susannah 314 

Thomas 106 

WUliam 106 107 108 118 119 
120 312 314 



an 611 ■«( TO. 



Index of Persons 



cxxvu 



PATTERSON Frank Miner 65 
xxiii 
William Davis viii 
Patton see Patten 
PATY Asenath 127 
PAUL Abigail 148 
Ann 148 
Ebenezer 148 
Elizabeth 148 
Hannah 148 
Isaac 148 
Margery 142 
Mary 145 148 154 
Priscilla 146 
Rachel 152 
Richard 142 
Samuel 148 
Sarah Rebecca 251 
William 148 
Paulmer see Palmer 
PAY Eleanor Pilcher 40 
Payne see Paine 
PAYSON Mary 146 204 
Mary Frances 248 
Susannah 40 
William 40 
PEABODY George Augustus 

xxiii 
PEARMAIN Barbara Iv 

John Duncan Iv 
PEARSON Pearsons Peirson 
Pierson 
Abigail 89 
Abraham 182 
Albert Waring xxvi 
Alice 18 
Amos 18 
Anna 17 
Annie 17 
Armida 28 
Armida Kellogg 17 
Abel Lawrence 1 
Betsey 18 25 
Charles 17 18 
Charles Edward 17 18 
Charles F. 17 
Charles Lawrence xxxv 1 
Emily li 
Emma J. 17 
Emma M. 28 
Harriet 1 
Hiram 17 18 
Hiram G. 17 18 28 
Jane 17 18 
Jane C. 17 
Judith 262 
Lu M. 17 
Maud Emma 17 
Maud S. 18 
Samuel li 
Sarah 102 182 
Seth 18 
Stephen 182 
Susannah 182 
William E. 17 
William H. 18 

PEASE 191 

Anna 191 
I. M. 64 xxiii 
PEASLEE Enoch 7 10 11 
PECK Charles Edmund 65 
xxiii 
Hannah 177 

PECKHAM 279 

k,JElizabeth 224 
Jane lixix 
Mary 279 
PEDERICK Mehitable Ixxix 
Peerce see Pierce 
Peirce see Pierce 
Peirse see Pierce 
Peirson see Pearson 
PEMBROKE Marshall William 
Earl of 62 



PENDLETON Adele OrvUle 

255 
Penne see Penny 
Penney see Penny 
PENNIMAN Josiah Harmar 65 

XXV 

PENNY Penne Penney 

Abigail 110 HI 112 119 311 
312 313 

Abraham 110 

Daniel 110 

David 137 

Ebenezer 311 

Eli 112 

Joanna 119 

John 110 311 312 

Margaret 137 

Mary 45 

Nehemiah Gray 111 

Pelatiah 312 

Salathiel312 

Sarah 311 312 

Thomas 45 46 110 111 112 
119 311 312 313 
PENNYNGE Arthur 292 
PEPAU John 18 

Joseph E. 18 

Nettie 18 

Sloma 18 
PEPPERRELL WUliam Sir 82 

86 
Percy see Pierce 
PERIEN Marie 218 
PERIGORD — Comte de liviii 
PERKINS 104 

Abraham 112 

Ann 179 

Anna 54 HI 119 179 

Annie 267 

B. J. 18 

Benjamin 18 

Betsey 18 25 

Caroline 18 

Charles E. xliii 

Charles Floyd 316 

Chesley 312 

Cynthia P. 36 ^ 

Daraaris 179 

David 309 

Deliverance 309 

Edward 179 309 

Edward Cranch ixxri xliii 

Edward Lorenzo 18 19 

Edwin Lorenzo 19 

Elisabeth 311 

Elizabeth 111 118 119 120 
121 122 215 

Elizabeth C. 101 

Ella 15 

Ella L. 15 

Emily 18 

Esther 179 

Eunice 179 

Frank Elmer (Mrs.) xivi 

George 18 36 

Hannah 119 154 

Harriet 18 

Harriet Emeroy 18 

Ida May 18 19 

Isaac 112 

Isaac T. 18 

Ithiel 179 

Jacob 110 111 113 114 118 
119 

James 18 

James A. 18 

James C. 18 

James Handasyd xliii 

Jane Sedgwick xliii 

John 111 118 119 120 121 122 
179 241 311 

John A. 18 

John Forbes xliii 

John S. 18 25 

Jonathan 82 



PERKINS cont'd 

Joseph 110 311 

Lizzie 18 98 

Lois 189 

Louisa A. 18 

Love 315 

Lovina E. 18 

Lucy 122 

Lucy Maria xxvi 

Lydia 18 118 121 179 

Manlius Rand 18 19 

Margaret Forbes Ixxxi 

Maria 18 

Mary 17 120 179 215 

Mary Asenath 18 

Mary S. 103 104 

May see Mary Asenath 

Mehitable 309 

Melinda E. 36 

Nathan 160 

Newman 315 

Olive 82 118 

Pelatiah 311 

Phebe 112 113 114 120 311 
312 

Reuben 189 

Richard 215 

Robert P. 18 

Roger 179 

Rosella 18 

Sally 36 308 

Samuel 308 

Sarah 110 118 179 315 

Sarah H. xliii 

Simeon 126 

Sparks 112 113 114 120 311 
312 

Thomas Nelson xliii 

William 18 36 Ixxivi 

William H. 18 

WilUam Herbert 19 
PERLEY Annette 19 

Fanny 19 

Louisa 19 

Moses 19 
PERRIN — Widow 228 
PERRY Anna 179 

Arthur 179 

Ezekiel 180 

Harriet 254 

Howard E. 64 xxiii 

Karl 19 

Mabel 19 

Martha 180 

Mary Ann 189 

Zeba C. 254 
PERWICKE Alles 135 

Thomas 135 
PETER THE CRUEL 

King of Castile and Leon 318 
PETERS Peter 

Abbie M. 19 

Florence Ann 250 

Gertrude E. 19 

Goodsil 21 

Goodsil B. 19 

James Baldwin 250 

Mary J. 19 

Rosina 21 
PETERSON HopeatiU 125 
PETT John 228 
PETTE George 258 

Sarah 258 
PETTIBONE Arthur Dudley 
Wrf 64 xxiii 
PETTIT Bethia 177 
PHALINGS Mary A. Ixixiv 
PHELPS Edward 306 

George 35 

John 303 

Lucy 35 

Phebe 210 

Susannah Tucker 205 

William D. 205 



J ' '"- : ■ ' ■ ' . 



tr. «pr ».«« r « 



V I u 



CXXVlll 



Index of Persons 



PHILBRICK Phillbrick 

Alban R. 254 

Georgiana A. 254 

Joseph 9 10 
PHILLIPS 102 

Bial 199 

Calvin G. 19 

Emily J. 19 

George W. 19 

Hannah 199 303 

Jane L. 19 

John 221 

Lydia 19 

Lydia F. 19 

Mary Ixxvi 

Mercy 302 

Nathan 19 

Olive 19 

Rufus 19 

Samuel 19 

Submit 302 

Wendell 215 
PHINNEY Hannah 152 
PHIPPS Phips 

Mary 144 

Mary Elizabeth Ivii 

Solomon 144 

William Sir 145 
PICKERING Samuel A. 65 xxiii 

XXX 

PICKMER Elizabeth 140 

Robert 140 
PIERCE Peerce Peirce Peirse 
Pierse 

Abigail 149 199 

Almira Nourse 260 

Arthur Winslow v vii xi 

Barbara Iv 

Benjamin 259 

Charles Henry 248 

Edward Lillie 155 xrv 

Eleanor 205 

Eliza Jane 205 

Elizabeth 199 

Ellen Maria Theresa Iv 

Etta 260 

Francis M. 205 

George 202 

George A. 205 

George Francis 260 

Hannah 205 259 

Hannah Elizabeth 205 

Henry Augustus 260 

Isaac Withington 248 

James 248 259 

Jane B. 199 

Jane E. 205 

John 149 

John A. P. Ixxx 

Jonas Ixxx 

Josephine 205 

Lewis 199 260 

Lewis Franklin 260 

Lizzie E. 100 

Lydia 248 

Marietta xxxvi Ixxx 

Marmaduke 223 225 

Mary 199 202 223 259 

Mary Agatha Iv 

Mary Ame Ixxx 

Mary Frances 248 

Mary Whiting 248 

Melissa 260 

Parker Hall 205 

Parkman Dexter Iv 

Persis 178 

Robert Iv 

Roxana Taft 270 

Samuel 224 

Samuel Stillman Iv 

Sarah 199 224 260 

Sarah W. 205 

Solomon Ixxx 
Stella Louise Iv 

Vassar Iv 



PIERCE cont'd 

Virginia Iv 

Wallace Lincoln xxxiii Iv 

Walworth Iv 

William 205 

William Henry 205 
PIERPONT Pierrepont 

Abiah M. 93 

Abigail 89 90 91 

Adeline 95 

Alfred 95 

Alice C. 96 

Almira 95 

Ammi Miles 94 

Andrew 95 

Ann 93 

Anna 94 

Anne 89 

Annis 91 

Asahel 93 

Austin 93 

Azubah 92 

Bede 92 94 96 

Bede Eliza 96 

Bela 96 

Belina 94 96 

Benjamin 89 90 92 96 

Bethia 91 94 

Betsey 96 

Betsey Loiza 96 

Byard Andrew 95 

Byard Barnes 95 

Caroline S. 98 

Celia A. 96 

Charles Joseph 93 

Charles Thomas 95 

Charlotte 96 

Chloe 93 

Chloe Maria 93 

Clorana 93 

Cornelia Rosette 95 

Croswell E. 96 

Daniel 91 94 

Daniel Hobart 94 

Daniel Lorenzo 96 
David 96 
Delia 96 
Delia Maria 93 
Dennis 93 
Desdemona 93 
Dorothy 90 
Ebenezer 91 
Edward 95 97 98 
Eli 91 
Eliada 92 
E'ias 94 

Elias Richard 94 
Eliza 95 

Elizabeth 90 91 92 94 
Ella J. 96 
Ellen Adelia 96 
Ellen Maria 93 
Elmon 98 
Emilia 95 
Emily 93 
Emily Cordelia 93 
Emily Jane 93 
Emily Jennet 93 
Enos Augustus 93 
Eno3 Austin 93 
Esther 92 93 94 97 
Esther Maria 96 
Eunetia 95 

Eunice 92 95 96 97 98 
Ezra 91 92 
Ezra Alonzo 93 
Ezra Stiles 93 
Fanny T. 94 
Frances Ann 93 
Franklin W. 96 
George 94 96 
George Rufus 94 
Giles 90 92 97 
Grace 94 95 
Guy 98 



PIERPONT cont'd 

Hannah 90 91 92 93 95 96 97 

Hannah Rebecca 95 

Harriet 93 94 

Harriet A. 94 

Harriet Ann 96 

Harriet B. 94 

Harriet Loisa 93 

Harriet Maria 93 

Helen M. 98 

Henry L. 94 

Henry Stiles 93 

Hezekiah 89 90 92 

Horace 95 

Isaac 92 

James 89 90 91 92 95 

James Edward 93 

James N. 96 

Jane A. 93 

Jane M. 94 

Jared 94 96 

Jared Le Grand 94 

Jason 96 

Jerusha 98 

Joel 92 96 97 

John 67 89 92 95 ix 

John Russell 95 

Joseph 89 90 91 93 94 

Joseph E. 93 

Julia Eliza 95 

Laura 98 

Lavinia 96 

Lena 98 

Leonard 94 95 

Lewey 97 

Lewis 97 

Lois 93 96 

Loiza 96 

Louann 95 

Lucas Alonzo 94 

Lucinda 92 95 97 

Lucy 91 93 94 97 

Lucy Sabrina 93 

Luther 93 

Lydia 89 91 93 

Lydia R. 96 

Mabel 91 

Margaretta 97 98 

Maria C. 93 

Martha 95 

Martha A. 96 , 

Mary 89 90 92 93 94 

Mary Anna 93 

Mary Cornelia 96 

Mary E. 96 

Mary Elizabeth 97 

Mary Selina 93 

Maryette 96 

Mehitable 92 96 

Mercy 95 

Mercy Elvira 95 

Merntt 96 

Merritt Sackett 94 96 

Miles 96 

Munson 97 

Nancy 94 95 

Nancy Jennet 93 

Noyes 95 96 

Philemon 92 96 

Polly 95 

Reuel 96 

Rosetta E. 97 

Roxana 91 

Rufus 94 

Russell 91 94 

Ruth 92 95 

Sala 96 

Sally 93 94 

Sally Rosetta 94 

Samuel 89 90 91 

Sarah 89 90 91 92 96 97 

Sarah Ann 93 94 

Sarah Eliza 96 

Sarah Jennette 95 

Sarah Mehitable 96 



Index of Persons 



CXXIX 



PIERPONT cont'd 

Sarah Miles 94 

Sarah Minerva 93 

Seabury 93 

Selina 93 

Sophrouia L. 94 

Susan E. 93 

Susannah 92 96 

Sylvia 98 

Thankful 89 

Theodore 91 

Theodosia 91 

Theron G. 98 

Thomas 92 94 95 

Watson T. 98 

William Henry 93 

William Seabury 93 

Zcrah 92 98 
Pierse see Pierce 
Pierson sec Pearson 
PIKE Edwin Bertram ix xxiv 

Elisha 308 

Jephthah 304 

John 113 304 

Leonard 305 

Mary 113 121 

Philip 113 121 

Rebecca 121 

Susannah 305 
PILCHER Susannah 40 
PILLSBURY Judith 272 
Pincheon see Pynchon 
PINNER John 291 
PIPARD Ralph 130 131 
PIPER Adeline 259 

Anna Dumont Ixxxii 

Dennis B. 259 

Margaret 259 

Pliny 259 
PITCHER David 305 

Hannah 154 

John 154 
PITMAN Charlotte 266 

Ellen Harrod 266 

George H. 266 

George L. 266 

Mary 47 49 
PITTS Eliza 38 
PLATT Eliza 268 

George Wood 268 

Hannah Ixxxi 

Maria Roshore 268 
PLAUDEN John 138 
PLUMB Albert H. 160 

Charity 196 

Mary 189 

Susannah 196 
PLUMMER Benjamin 49 50 

Frank 259 

George E. 258 

Hannah 50 

John 10 

Lillian 259 

Mary Ann 25S 

Sarah 49 
POAK Ephraim 107 116 

Margaret 107 116 

Miriam 116 

Thomas 107 
POE David 252 

Joseph Miles 252 

Mary Caroline 252 
POLLOCK Pollauk 

Edward 292 

Elmira 258 

James 258 
POMEROY Deborah 304 

Isaac 306 

Leona 19 

Lucy 306 

J. N. 19 

Mary Ann 19 

Mary L. 19 

Pamela 306 

Robert Watson 64 xxiv 



I POMEROY cont'd 

Sabra 307 
I Stephen 306 
POND Abner French 258 

George E. Ixiii 

Marv 147 

Mary Lovett 258 

Sarah Sumner 258 

Thankful 147 

William 147 
POOLAM Marv 281 289 

Robert 281 289 
POOLE Lucy 35 

Murray Edward xvii 
POORE Francis 137 

Prudence 137 
POPE Alice 225 

Charles Henry 225 226 

Jane 225 

John 221 225 226 

Margaret 225 

Mary xlii 

Nathan 225 

Patience 225 

Willard xxiv 
PORTER Adeline 18 

Anna 153 

Deborah 263 

Edward Griffin 69 

Elias 263 

lilizabeth Iviii 

Henry Kirke 64 xxiv 

Jabez 148 

Jessie Alice viii 

John 263 306 

Josiah 263 

Margaret 135 

Nathan 307 

Phebe 148 

Richard 263 

Ruth 148 

Surah 33 263 320 

Sarah Jane 264 

Stephen 306 

William 135 148 

William Bates 263 

William Henry 263 
POST John D. 95 

Louann 95 
POTTER Almira 95 

Anna Gates 34 

Bertha R. 19 

Bethuel 19 

Chauncv 19 

Dolly 19 20 

Edwin D. 20 

Eliza 95 

Eliza J. 19 

Eliza L. 19 

Ellen E. 19 

F. H. 19 

Hannah 19 20 

Jabez Turner 95 

Jennie 19 

John 227 

John Chamberlin 19 

Julia M. 19 

Martha 95 

Mary 29 

Mary Louie xxi 

Octavia 19 

Orvilla 19 

Orvillus 20 

R. L. 19 

Roena 20 

Sally 303 

Samuel F. 95 

Silas 19 20 

Silas J. 19 20 

Thomas 19 20 
POWELL Powel 

Julia M. xxiv 

Mary 270 271 

Marv E. 241 

Rebecca 182 



POWELL cont'd 

Stephen A. (Mrs.) 65 xxiv 
POWERS Almira 20 
Francis 137 
George H. 20 
Henrietta 20 
Ira 20 
Lettie E. 21 
Peter 20 
Prudence 137 
Sally 20 
Sarah C. 20 
PRANG Louis (Mrs.) x xxiv 

Mary Dana xxiv 
PRATT Betsey 103 
Clarissa A. 103 
Elisha P. 20 
Elizabeth 20 143 
Esther 306 308 
Jeremiah 20 103 
Lvdia 200 

Martha 247 

Martin 258 

Mary Foster Ixix 

Mary W. 242 

Miriam 20 

Nancy M. 258 

Polly 308 

Samuel 157 

Susan F. 20 

Welcome O. 20 

William 143 
PREBLE Benjamin 51 52 

George Henrv 166 

Jedediah 110 112 113 

John 110 

Martha 110 112 113 

Samuel 112 

William 113 
PRENDERGAST Catherine 
Ixxxix 

James Maurice xxxvi Ixxiix 

Jeffrey Ixxxix 
PRENTICE Prentis Prentiss 

Charles Henry 247 

Ellen 247 

Ellen Pierce 247 

Esther 209 

Frances Maria Ix 

George M. 247 

Helen 247 

Jonas 247 

Jonas Whittemore 247 

Lydia 247 

Lydia Caroline 247 

Mary 209 

Sarah 215 

Sarah Abigail 247 

Stephen 209 
PRESCOTT Lydia Ivii 
PRESSEY Fidelia 254 

Fid or a 254 

Georgians A. 254 

Helen Maria 254 

Jonathan 254 

Lovilla 254 
PRESTLAND Anne 138 
PRESTON Abigail 145 

Andrew Jackson 214 

Ann Maria 205 

Ann Withington 214 

Bebee 145 

Charles Edward 214 

Daniel 145 199 

Edward 204 214 

Elisha H. 205 

Elizabeth 145 

Fidelia 254 

Harriet 214 

James Harry 162 242 

Joan 281 289 

Maria 214 

Marv 145 199 204 214 

Mary Ellen 214 

Nicholas 281 283 287 289 



VOL. LXXV. 



24 



cxxx 



Index of Persons 



PRESTON cont'd 

Rebecca 214 

Remember 145 

Sarah Elinor Frances 214 

William 280 

William E. 254- 
PRINCE Frederick Henry G4 
xxiv 

Lydia 12G 

Theodore 157 
PRINDLE Abigail 188 

Caroline 310 

Charles 310 

Jabez 18G 

Susannah 180 
PRITCHARD Polly 310 
PROCTOR Abel 172 

Lydia P. 172 

Mehitable Cummings 172 
PROUTY Christopher C. 20 

Hattie 20 

Lorenzo 205 

Lucy Withington 205 

Sarah A. 20 

William C. 20 
PROVO Chestleton 20 

Paul 20 

Rosa 20 
PRUMME Robert 282 
PTOLEMY VII 318 
PTOLEMY VIII 318 
PUFFER Abigail 200 

Hannah 140 

John 2t)4 

Mary 211 

Olive 204 

Rebecca 209 

Ruth 149 

Silence 204 
PUNCHARD Abigail 300 

Betsey 310 

Plannah 309 

Marv 309 310 

Mehitable 3(>9 

Phebe 310 

Sarah 309 

William 309 310 
PURINTON John 7 9 

William 9 10 11 
PUTNAM Eben 217 240 

Lydia 303 

Sally 308 

Submit 308 

William Allen 05 xxiv 

Zilpah 305 
PUTNEY Ellsworth 271 

Sallv 271 
PYNCHON Pincheon Pynchpoi' 

John 237 

William 230 

QUIGG Lemuel E. (Mrs.) 3H« 
QUIN Hugh 305 
QUINCY Josiah Ixxxix 
QUINT Alonzo Hall 15U 

RACKEMANN Charles Sodr- I 

wick S3 
Rae see Rav 

RAINBERi) Raynberd Rayn- 
berde Rayiieberde Reyn- 
berd Reynbcrds Rcyng- 
berd 
Elizabeth 280 288 
John 281 
Maude 283 

Nicholas 282 284 285 288 289 
Robert 283 
Thomas 281 282 
RAMAGE Samuel Younc 04 

RAMSAY Ramsey 

Charles H. (Mrs.) xvii 
Francis 293 300 
Joan 278 



RAMSAY cont'd 

Philip 293 

Richard 278 

Robert 291 
RAMSDELL Abigail 208 
Ramsey see Ramsay 
RANDALL Albertus 20 

Belinda L. 20 21 

Benjamin 250 

Charlotte 250 

David 34 

Emily 20 

Emma 37 

George A. 20 21 

Hannah 20 21 23 

Hattie V. 20 

Isaac N. 20 21 

Isabella L. 21 

Jane 20 21 

Jane L. 103 

Jesse 20 21 23 

Joseph 21 

Judy 21 

Lettie E. 21 

M. 21 

Mary Ella vii 

Maryette 21 

Michael 20 21 

Nettie 21 

Nettie Ardell 22 

Patty 34 

Sarah 23 

Walter Ratcliffe 37 

William 22 
RANDOLPH Eleonora Wayles 
Ixxxv 

Martha Ixxxv 

Thomas Mann Ixxxv 
RANKINS James 110 113 120 
121 122 

Jonathan 82 

Martha 120 

Olive 82 

Philadelphia 110 113 120 12] 
122 

Sarah 121 122 

Uriah Nason 110 
RANSOM Harriet 215 

William 215 
RAWSON Electa 304 

lianna!: M5 

Luthei 300 

Oliver 305 

Pelatiah 145 

Polly 308 
RAY Rae Raye 

Albert Francis 253 

Althea 90 

Chellis 253 

Diana 253 

Eliphalet 253 

Ermina Isabel 253 

Hannah 253 

Harvev 253 

Joan 291 

John 230 

Livona 253 

Mary 230 

Rebecca 253 

Silas 253 

Simon 292 
RAYBURN Calvin (Mrs.) 155 
Rave see Ray 
RAYMOND Artemas 213 

Daniel 31 

Helena Augusta xxxv xciii 

Irving (Mrs.) 310 

Lucv 31 

Lucv Ann 213 
RAYMORE Asa A. 19 21 

Edna E. 21 

Eliza J. 19 

Frances E. 21 

Jennie 19 

Minnie G. 21 



RAYMORE cont'd 

Sarah A. 19 21 
Raynberd see Rainberd 
Raynberde see Rainberd 
RAYNE Josephine Elizabeth 

viii 
Rayneberde see Rainberd 
READ Reed Reid 

Anne 108 

Charlotte 214 

Eunice W. 10 

Henry Beecher vi 

James 108 320 

John 108 

Noah 8 

Whitelaw Ixxxvii 
REDSTONE Vincent Bur- 
rough 273 310 
Reduck see Ruddock 
Reed see Read 
REEVE Robert 227 
Reid see Read 

REMSHART Pamela N. 209 
RENIFF George 303 

James 302 
RENSHAW Gertrude 40 

Gladys 40 

Grace 40 

Grant 40 

Marion 40 

Martha J. 40 
REVANS William 293 
REVELL — Mr. 230 
REYLINS Ebenezer 105 

Jacob 105 

Mary 105 
Reynberd see Rainberd 
Reynberds see Rainberd 
Reyngberd see Rainberd 
REYNOLDS Benjamin F. 21 

Caroline F. 21 

Mahala 101 

Marcia P. 21 

Phebe 151 

Philip 151 

Phineas 21 

W. A. (Mrs.) Ixiii 
RHOADES Frances James 322 

Henry 322 

Hope Ann Ixxxviii 

Nelson Osgood 322 
RICE Abigail 258 

Albert Edward 21 

Alexander Hamilton 04 xxiv 

Catherine 20 21 

Cheney 21 

Deborah 21 

Edward 20 21 

Francis B. Ixxxi 

George Tilley xxxiv Ixxxi 

Henrietta 20 

Isabel 240 

Margaret Forbes Ixxxi 

Margaret Perkins Ixxxi 

Mary 21 

Renev 300 

Roswell 308 

Ru.ssell (Mrs.) 240 

Sally B. Ixxxi 

Servia 209 
RICH Elizabeth 115 

Lydia 204 

Mary 115 

Peter 115 
RICHARD THE FEARLESS 

Duke of Normandy HO 
RICHARDS Anne 219 

Elizabeth 200 212 

Frederick B. 102 

G. H. 258 

Harriet 94 

Luther Abijah 94 

Mercy 254 

Susan S 258 

William 200 



Index of Persons 



CXXXl 



RICHARDSON Amy 233 

Anna M. xxii 

Celia F. 206 

Eliza A. S. 246 

Elizabeth 222 

Ellen T. 126 

Esther 246 

Experience 315 

Freddie 21 

George E. 246 

Gideon 42 315 

Henry 222 246 

Henry H. 206 

J. N. 21 

James Withington 246 

John 222 

Jonathan 246 

M. M. 21 

Martha 315 

Mary 222 246 

Mary Keene 213 

Polly 203 

Rachel 222 

Sarah 246 247 

Sarah Abigail 247 

Solon Osmond ix xxiv 

William 213 233 

William Streeter 77 vi vii viii 
xiv xxxii 
RICHMOND George Gilbert 
Ixi 

Georgia Anna 270 

Jessie Fearing Ixi 

John 322 

Mary Rebecca Ames Ixi 
RIDEOUGHT Rebecca 319 
RIDER Ryder 

Hannah 305 

Jennie A. 40 
RIGGS Abigail 185 

Anna 191 

Charity 191 

Ebenezer 191 

Grace 179 

Hannah 184 

Harriet 194 

Levi 191 

Nancy 191 

Sabra 191 

Thomas 191 
RILEY Charles Edward x xxiv 
RIONDA Manuel 64 xxiv 
RIPLEY Amy 12 

Daniel 129 

Jane 129 

Mary 124 

Sarah 129 
RITCHIE Dorothy Ixx 

Lothrop Ixx 
RIVES William C. 65 xxiv 
RIVET — Mr. 284 
ROBBINS Abigail 211 

Chauncy xl 

Ellen Adelia xxv 

Gertrude xli 

Henry A. xl 

Jeduthun 1 

Lemuel I 

Maria Patey 1 

Marjorie xli 

Mary Elizabeth xli 

Mary L. xli 

Phyllis xli 

Reginald C. xli 

Royal xl xli 

Royal Elisha xxxvi xl xli 

Rufus 1 

Susannah 148 
ROBERTS Elijah 11 

John 7 

Lucy 123 

Lydia 309 

Mary 12 

Richard 123 " 



ROBIE Annie 267 

Ehzabeth Withington 267 

Julia Elizabeth 267 

Levi 267 

William Farnsworth 267 
ROBINSON Abraham 181 

Ann 181 

Constance 223 

David 21 181 

Edward Breck 204 

Eliakim 181 

Elizabeth Ixxxviii 

Emilia 95 

Erastus 95 

George 255 

George Dexter xxxviii . 

Georgiana xxvi 

Hannah 154 181 203 204 

Hannah Withington 204 

Harriet 21 

Jacob 21 181 

James 154 203 204 208 

James Ebenezer 204 

James Edwin xxvi 

James Withington 204 

Jane Kelton 154 

Jane M. 15 

John 21 154 208 

John Flavel 204 

Julia 204 

Lemuel 152 

Leslie O. 21 

Levi 21 

Louisa 154 

Lucy 154 208 

Lydia 218 223 

Lydia B. 154 

Mary 21 143 203 204 

Mary J. 19 

Mary Withington 204 

Olive 21 

Philena Ann 255 

Rhoda M. 204 

Rosina 21 

Roxana 204 

Samuel 143 

Samuel Albert 154 

Sarah 154 203 204 205 208 
255 

Sarah Breck 154 208 

Sophia S. 154 

Ster)hen 203 204 

Stephen Augustus 204 

Susannah 251 

Susannah Bird 203 

Thomas 181 

Truman 21 

William 143 223 
ROCHESTER Nicholas 321 
ROCKEFELLER Edith xxiii 

Williani Goodsell316 
ROCKWOOD Benjamin lix 
ROEBLING John A. 65 xxiv 
ROGERS — Rev. Mr. 57 

Aaron 9 

Abner 10 
I Annie Eliza xlviii 
I Caroline A. 22 
I Hannah 216 
I John () 
I L. G. 22 
I Lvdia 1 1 
I Mary F. 22 
' Paul5678 11 
i R. M. 22 
I Thomas 322 
I ROKESBURGH William 134 
I ROLLINS Henry Leighton 316 
I James 319 

Jonathan 319 
! Judith 319 
1 Sarah 319 

1 ROMSEY Richard 290 298 
: Robert 290 
ROOD Lucy 35 



Roos William de Lord Hara- 

lake see Hamlake Lord 
ROOSEVELT Theodore xlviii 
ROOT Rootes 
Joseph 220 
Mary Susan 155 
ROSE Robert 282 
ROSHORE Eliza 268 

ROSS 22 

Ann 52 
Caroline 197 

Daniel 110 
Edward 22 

Elizabeth 120 

Hephzibah 110 112 120 122 

Horace 21 22 

James 110 112 120 122 

John 52 110 

Joseph S. 22 

Lucy 22 

Mary 22 

Nettie 21 

Nettie Ardell 22 

Philemon 22 

Samuel 197 

Willis 22 
ROTCH William 6 
ROUNDY Philip 81 
ROUNTREE Ellen Josephine 
xxxvi xc 

H. H. xci 
ROWNS Sarah 45 
ROWSON — Mrs. 204 
ROYAL Hannah 148 

Isaac 146 

Marv 146 

Ruth 146 

Samuel 146 
RUDDOCK Reduck 

Justice 307 

Miriam Wait 306 
RUDE Lebbeus 307 
RUFFUS Hugh 129 
RUGGLES J. 239 
RUMRILL Mary Ann 251 
RUMSEY Amelia Vernon Ixxxv 

Elizabeth Theodora Ixxxv 
RUSSELL Abigail 150 

Charles Hartwell 265 

Elizabeth 150 
I Eniilv li 
I Emnla E. 22 

Esther 308 

Frederick C. 155 

George 265 

George Robert li 

Hannah 90 

Ithiel 179 
i Joseph Ballister ix xxiv 

Lydia 205 

Atart^aret Pelham xxv 

Marv 89 90 

Mary Ann 265 
, Noadiah 90 

Robert Shaw (Mrs.t 7(; xxv 

Sarah Parkman li 
• William 80 150 197 

Williani Henrv 04 xxiv 
RUTHERFORD Alice Ixviii 

Winthrop Ixviii 
RUTTER David (Mrs ) 65 xxiv 
Ryder see Rider 
RYTHER Peter 303 

SABIN Charles 309 

Hezekiah 309 

Nehemiah 305 

Sarah 309 

Zerviah 309 
SABOURN E. M.22 

iManlius Nelson 22 

Mariett 22 

Marshia M. 22 

Peter 22 



CXXXll 



Index of Persons 



SACKETT Bethia 91 

Eli 96 

Elizabeth 91 96 

Hannah 90 

Mehi table 96 

Samuel 90 91 

Sarah 96 
SADLER Saddler Sadleir Sad- 
lier 

A. B. 22 

Addie 22 

Clyde H. 22 

Electa 22 

Electa Terrill 22 

Frances E. 21 

Henry 22 

Henry William 22 

William 22 
SALISBURY Stephen xxxviii 
SALTER Margery 292 

Susannah 201 
SALTONSTALL Grace 236 

Henry 236 

Richard Sir 236 

Robert 236 

Rosamond 236 

Samuel 236 
SAMPSON Samson 

Abigail 206 

Crocker 125 

Henry 244 

James 49 

Timothy 49 
SAMWELL Amy 138 

Anna 136 

Eleanor 135 

Francib 138 

Mar' 138 

Richard 136 

Roger 135 
SANDERS Aaron 22 

Abraham 22 

Betsey IS 

Dolly C. 22 

Dorothy 22 

John 22 

Lucy 22 

Mariette L. 22 

Milton 212 

P. 22 

R. 22 

Rebecca 212 

Sallv 22 

Susan 22 
SANFORD Sandford 

Abigail 193 

Hannah 177 

Jared 193 

Rowena 192 

Samuel 177 192 

William 220 
SANGER Charles Robert Ix 

Eleanor W. Ix 
SARGENT Sargeant Sergeant 

254 

Aaron 58 139 141 

Abigail 84 

Agnes 139 

Alice 58 139 

Alice Loring xivi 

Anna 58 139 

Anne 58 139 140 

Cvrus (Mrs.) 76 xxvi 

Daniel 58 139 

Deborah 141 

Dorcas 140 

Dorothy 58 139 140 

Edward 58 

Edward Hall xx\'i 

Eleanor 58 139 

Elizabeth 58 139 140 141 254 

EUen 139 

Geo'-c 58 139 

Georgiana Welles 65 xxiv 

Hannah 140 141 



SARGENT cont'd 

Henry 58 

Hugh 58 59 138 

Jane 58 139 

Joes see Joyce 

John 58 139 140 141 

Joseph 58 139 140 

Joyce 58 139 

Lucius Manlius Ixxxvii 

Lydia 141 

Magdalene 58 139 

Margaret 58 59 138 xvi 

Marian Appleton Ixxxvii 

Marie 58 

Martha 140 

Mary 58 139 140 141 

Michael 58 139 

Nicholas 58 139 

Richard 58 139 

Robert 58 82 139 142 

Roger 58 82 139 140 142 

Ruth 141 

Samuel 58 139 140 142 

Sarah 58 139 140 141 

Spuria 58 

Thomas 58 139 140 

William 58 59 60 140 141 xvi 
SARTELL Adelia Maria 255 

Charles 255 
SAVAGE James 217 218 

John 322 

Sally 304 
SAVELS Sarah 211 

William E. 211 
SAVORY 252 

Elizabeth 262 

Rachel Mason 252 
SAWTELL Sawtelle 

Elizabeth 210 

Margaret 182 

Zachariah 182 
SAWYER Belle 38 

Content 10 

Elizabeth 209 

F. E. 38 

John 209 
Sayer see Sears 
Sayers see Sears 
SAYLES Robert Wilcox xxiv 
Sayre see Sears 
SCAIFE Lauriston L. Ix 
SCAMMON Ebenezer 54 

Humphrey 54 

Nathaniel 54 

Samuel 54 
SCHERER Albert G. xxiv 
SCHTFF Jacob Henry xxxiii 

xciii 
SCHNAKENBERG Daniel 156 
SCHNEIDER Henrietta xxi 
SCHOULER Emily Fuller Ixiv 

Frances Eliza Ixiii 

James xxxiv Ixiii Ixiv 

William liiii 
SCHURMEIER Caroline Eu- 
dora xxiv 

Theodore Leopold (Mrs.) 64 
xxiv 
SCOTT Albert Woodburn 22 

Cyrus W. 251 

Esther 91 

Frank Hamlet 22 

Georgiana M. 22 
• Hamlet 22 

Hamlet H. 22 

Hannah 22 23 

Henry Edwards 63 155 237 
315 V vi vii xi xii xvi 

Jerusha 23 

Lillian Josephine 251 

Maria 22 

Robert 22 23 

Sarah 188 

Thomas Woodburn 23 



SCOTT cont'd 

William Owen Nixon 160 
William Walter 241 

SCRIBNER 23 

Abigail 7 
Austin 23 
Bartholomew xci 
Eliza Ann xci 
Emily Arethusa 25 
Emma Ann xxxvi xci 
Hannah 23 
Josiah 25 
Oscar Daniel xci 
Sarah 23 25 
SCUDAMORE Godfrey 62 
Matilda 62 
Peter 62 
SEARLE Searl Searles 
Addison W. 23 
Elizabeth 201 203 
Esther 149 
Isabel 23 
Isabella H. 23 
John 198 
Mary 198 
Mary Ann 27 
Robert 201 
Samuel Dunbar 198 
Sarah 198 201 
Tristram 23 
•^EARS Sayer Sayers Sayre 
Abigail 48 123 
Daniel 47 50 106 111 112 113 

114 123 304 313 315 
Ebenezer 114 

Eleanora Randolph Ixxxviii 
Elizabeth 46 50 122 
' Eunice 53 121 

Frances 111 112 113 114 123 

313 315 
Francis 45 46 48 49 50 53 55 

113 
Francis Bowes (Mrs.) 155 
Frederick Richard Ixxxviii 
Hannah 120 
Hephzibah 122 
James 220 
Joseph 45 106 114 117 121 

122 
Love 107 110 111 118 120 123 
Lvdia 116 123 
Martha 106 117 
Mary 45 49 106 115 116 118 
Mehitable 114 121 122 315 
Phebe 115 
Samuel 46 107 112 
Sarah 47 49 116 118 
Susannah 117 313 
William 43 49 106 107 110 
111 115 116 118 120 123 
SEAVEY Belle Augusta viii xi 
SEDGWICK John li 
SELIGMAN Henry 76 

Jefferson 316 xxiv 
SENSION Matthias 143 
Sergeant see Sargent 
SEVERANCE Addie S. 23 
Eliza Ixx 

Elizabeth xxi xxv xxxiii liix 
Frank Ward xxv Ixx 
Hannah Ixx 
Henrv 23 
Levi Ixx 
Samuel Ixx 
SEWARD Abigail 258 

William H. 86 
SEWELL John 275 

Julian 275 
SEYMOUR Moses 190 
SHAA Edmund 137 
Philippa 137 
Robert 137 
Thomas 137 
SHACKFORD Samuel Burn- 
ham 80 vii 



.miJ*! '»« 



Index of Persons 



CXXXlll 



SHANLEY Leroy E. 23 
Lizzie M. 33 
P. E. 23 
SHANNON Martha Ann Stev- 
ens li 
SHARESHULL William de 132 
SHARP Sharpe 

Anna Parker Bulley 205 
Elizabeth M. 65 xxiv 
James 205 
Margaret 124 
Sarah Elizabeth 205 
William 205 
SHATTUCK Autenia H. 13 
Benjamin 23 
Chauncy 14 
Eliza L. 23 
Emily 24 
George W. 23 
H.23 

Henrietta 23 
Jane E. 23 
Jason Lysander 23 
Jennie I. 14 
Jerusha 23 
John 23 
Jonathan 23 
Josiah 23 
L. Eliza 23 
Laura A. 23 
Lemuel GG 
Lois 14 
Lucy R. 23 
Lydia 23 

Mary 23 

Mary Ann 19 

Nettie R. 23 

Oliver 23 

Orra L. 23 

Orrilla A. 23 

Raymond B. 24 

Sally 23 

Susan 23 24 

William Boutell 23 24 

W. O. 23 
SHAW Anna Blake xxiv 

Caroline E. 207 

Enoch 307 

Hosea 303 

Mabel Ixii 

Nancy 304 

Parnal 303 304 

Phebe 307 

Sarah xc 

Sarah Parkman li 

Susannah 201 

Walter K. (Mrs.) Ixrv'i 

William (Mrs.) i 
SHEDD Martha 3 
SHELDON Shilden 

— Maj. 190 

Lydia 187 

Samuel 303 
SHEPARD Shepherd Sheppard 

Amos 306 

Anna 151 

Charles 81 156 159 241 321 

Charles Sidney xxiv 

Charlotte M. xci 

Daniel xci 

Dorothy xci 

Elvira Withington 213 

Emma Ann xxxvi xci 

Isaac 213 

Israel xci 

Jane M. 94 

John Hannibal 66 

Louisa 213 

Lucy Ann 213 

Mary xci 

Mary Seaver 213 

Nathaniel 213 

Oliver 151 

Philip xci 

Ralph 159 



SHEPARD cont'd 
Rhoda 213 

Ruhamah Billings 213 
Sarah xci 
Sarah E. 213 
Solomon xci 
SHEPARD SON Albert Row- 
land 75 xivi 
Lucy Sabrina 93 
Otis 93 
Shepherd see Shepard 
Shepley see Shipley 
Sheppard see Shepard 
SHERBURNE Mehitable 261 
Sophia 261 
William 261 
SHERMAN Anne 89 
Elijah 186 
Eurene 255 
Hannah 186 
Ira 186 
John 79 158 
Joseph 255 
Martha 79 
Mary 309 310 
Ruth Ann 186 
William 310 
SHERRILL Henrv K. 89 

Mary 84 
SHERWIN Alendo 305 

William 306 
SHERWOOD Carroll H. 24 
Guv H. 24 
Hat tie 24 
IloUis N. 24 
Lemuel 24 
Sanford 24 
Sarah Ann 24 
W. L. 24 
Shilden see Sheldon 
SHININGS Cecily 292 
SHIPLEY Shepley 
Anne xxv 
Mary Anna xliv 
SHIPPEE Catherine 302 

Peter 302 
SHIRKIE John S. ix xxiv 
SHIRLEY William 86 
SHORT Adelaide 268 
John E. 268 
Margaret 248 
Mary E. 268 
SHUMWAY Clarina Bartow 

xxii 
SHURTLEFF Benjamin 205 

Cynthia 205 
SHYMMYNG John 283 
SIBLEY Josephine xxii 
SILKRIGG Mary 178 

Nathaniel 178 
SILLIMAN Sue Imogene 82 
SILSBY T. Julien xi 
SIMEON Gould Start 25 
SIMINGTON Symington 
Andrew 50 51 
Ann 51 
George 51 54 
Mary 54 
SIMMONS Simons 
George W. 24 
John 24 
Lois 129 
Matilda 24 
SIMONTON Elizabeth 105 115 

George 105 115 
SIMS Annie Noble 160 
SINCLAIR Sinciare 
Amos S. 212 
Eliza 49 
Elizabeth 48 49 
Joanna 212 
John 49 
SINNOTT Annie Eliza xlviii 
Joseph Francis xlviii 
Mary Elizabeth xxxvii xlviii 



SKIDMORE Mary Nanh xxvi 
SKILLMAN Margaret 250 
SKINNER Arthur H. 24 

Chauncy 24 

Elizabeth 24 

F. S. 24 

Fanny 24 

Frank P. 24 

Harriet 93 

Hoi lis H. 24 

Isaac Newton 24 

John N. 24 

Katie A. 24 

Laura 24 

Sidney O. 24 

Vanranslier 24 
SLADE Louis Palmer x xxiv 
SLAFTER Edmund Farwell 67 

68 
SMEAD Lucrecia 303 
SMEDLEY John 29 
SMITH Smyth Smythe 

199 261 291 

— Rev. Mr. 114 313 
Aaron 24 102 
Amity 147 
Andrew 179 

Ann 243 

Annie Isabel Ixxxix 
Asa 199 
Asahel 198 
Betsey 302 304 
Ceriza W. 24 
Charles Sumner x xxiv 
Clara A. 25 
Clara Elvira 25 
Clara Willma xxxv IxxW 
Clarissa 209 
Clarissa Ann 25 
Damaris 253 
Danforth U. 24 
David 127 
Deborah 197 
Edward 178 183 
Edward Leodore 322 
Electa 304 
Elijah 151 
Elisabeth 223 
Elisha 306 

Elizabeth 142 143 151 199 
Elizabeth Ann 41 
Emma 255 
Ephraim 199 
George Theodore x xxiv 
Grace 179 196 

Hannah 24 25 96 178 183 199 
208 210 223 253 3(H 

Hannah M. 102 

Harvey 24 25 

Henry 208 

Henry S. Ixivii 

Hiram 24 25 

Israel 304 

James 53 147 151 

Jane 223 

Joel 25 

John 196 223 liv 

Jonah 179 

Joseph 151 liv 

Joseph O. 255 

Josephine 28 

Julia 127 

Katharine 151 

Lemuel 198 

Lois 199 212 

Lucy 178 

Luthera 24 

Marcus 198 

Margaret 53 

Maria 102 

Martha 180 198 

Mary 24 25 151 

Mary Olive Ixxvi 

Matthew 223 

Melicent 199 



CXXXIV 



Index of Persons 



SMITH cont'd 

Nancy 24 

Nathan 308 

Nathaniel liv 

Nicholas 179 

Obedience 195 

P. 28 

Phebe 250 

Prudence 305 

Ralph 322 

Robert 290 

Roger 53 

Ruamah 199 

Ruth 208 

Samuel 53 208 253 

Samuel Bunnell Ixxvi 

Sarah 179 188 198 223 

Sarah Fuller Ixxxix 

Simri Ixxxix 

Susan Augusta xxxv liv 

Susan Ella 261 

Susan Stetson liv 

Susannah 25 , 

Sylvester 25 

Thomas 142 liv 

Trueworthy 53 

Welthy M. 25 

William 151 199 

Zabina 304 
SMOOT Lewis Egerton xxiv 
Smyth see Smith 
Smythe see Smith 
SNELL Joaiah 259 

Lydia 259 

Rachel 254 
Ruhamah 259 
William P. 254 
SNOW Abijah 304 
Ada 311 314 
James 311 314 
William Brown vi 
SNUGGS Albert E. 41 
Alfred W. 41 
Edwin J. 41 
Emma M. 41 
Frederick N. 41 
John 41 
John H. 41 
Lydia J. 41 
Marcia C. 41 
William M. 41 
SOLANO Ella 64 xiiv 
SOMERBY Horatio Gates 73 

217 xxiix 
Soole see Soule 

SORNBORGKR Belinda L. 20 
Bertha L. 25 
Elizur B. 25 
Hannah S. 25 
Ida May 25 
James 20 
Jonas 25 
Laura 20 25 
Laura E. 25 
SOULE Soole Souls 
Adeline Merritt Ivii 
Betsey 16 
Betsey Elliott 16 
Elizabeth Gushing Ivii 
Elizabeth Train Ivii 
Etta May 17 
George Ivii 
Helen A. 99 

Horace Homer xxxv Ivii 
John Gushing Ivii 
Mary 225 
Sarah 225 
Thomas 225 
Timothy 16 
SOUTHWARD Southard 
Anne liv 
Benjamin liii 
Edward liii 

Elmer Ernest xxxiv liii liv 
Horace Austin liv 



SOUTHWARD cont'd 
John liii 

Mabel Fletcher liv 
Martin liii 
Olive Wentworth liii 
Ordway liv 
Thomas liii 
SOUTHWORTH Gonstant liii 

Otis Stark xxiv 
Spalding see Spaulding 
SPARHAWKE Thomas 291 
SPARROW Sparrowe 
Agnes 295 300 
George 295 300 
SPAULDING Spalding 
Elizabeth 210 
Jonathan 210 
Mary 306 xxiv 
Nancy 306 
Sally 210 

William Dixon (Mrs.) 75 xxiv 
SPEAR Speere 

Ada 312 314 | 

Ebenezer 312 ' 

Esther 214 
Gideon 312 314 
John 312 
. Luther 214 
Maria 214 
Mary 314 
SPENCER Elizabeth 144 
Margaret 144 
Thomas 144 
William 144 
SPERRY Alexander 186 
Eden 178 
Emily 93 

Eunice 186 ' 

Freelove 178 
Hannah 309 
Philo 186 
Polly 186 
Timothy 309 
WiJlard Learoyd 76 xviii 
SPICE Spisor 

Ghrifltian 221 226 
SPOFFORD Autentia 25 
Betsey F. 25 
Daniel 25 
Joan 25 
Lucy S. 25 
Margaret 259 
Mary J. 27 
Rebecca 25 
SPOONER Abigail Glap 212 

Gharles Augustus 212" 
SPRAGUE Benjamin 305 
Betsey 308 

Gharlotte Sprague Ixxiv 
Chloe 303 
George Ixxiii 

Henry Harrison xxxv Ixxiii 
Joel 307 
John 307 
Jonathan 305 
Lauranne 128 
Levi 308 
Lydia 307 
Nancy Ixxiii 
Polly 306 
Susannah 305 
SPRIGG Elizabeth 140 

Henry 140 
SPRUNT James 316 
SQUIBB Edward Hamilton 316 
SQUIRES Alvin 25 
Delpha 25 

E. C. 25 

Emily Arethusa 25 

F. Leon 25 
Huldah 25 
J. G. 25 
Jonathan L. 25 
Julius 25 
Leon Frank 25 



SQUIRES cont'd 
Selbv N. 25 
Willey 25 
STAGEY Stace 
Freegift 218 
Mary 262 
Phebe 305 
STACKPOLE Everett Scher- 

merhorn 160 
STAMFORTH Mary 158 
STANDISH Myles 206 v vi viii 

xvi xvii 
STANHOPE Louisa A. 18 
STANNARD Mary 228 232 
STANTON Amanda 249 

George xliii 

Henry xliii 

Jonathan Hasbrouck xliii 

Josiah Henry xliii 

Lydia Hussey xliii 

Richard xliii 
STAPLES Stapels 

Bina Frances Hi 

David Jackson Hi 

John Norman x xxiv 

Joshua 312 

Mary Pratt Hi 

Mercy 312 

Samuel 312 
STARBUCK Nathan 38 
STARKE Jerusha 195 

Samuel 195 
STARR Starre 

Burgis Pratt 226 

Gomfort 220 226 

Gonstant 221 

Mary 220 

Susan 221 

Thomas 220 221 226 

Truth Shall Prevail 220 
START Anna Glark 26 

Betsey 18 25 

Gharles G. 25 26 

Ella 26 

Ella Sophia 26 

Emma J. 26 

Fred A. 26 

George 26 

George G. 26 

Gould Simeon see Simeon 
Gould 

Guy Houghton 26 

Hattie Emeroy 17 

Henry Russell 26 

Laura 26 

Lottie E. 26 

Margaret 26 

Mary 17 26 

Mary Sophia 26 

Maud S. 18 

Melville G. 26 

Merritt L. 15 16 17 26 27 98 
101 103 104 

Moses Barnard 25 26 

Ozro Gould 17 26 

Peggy 26 

Ray H. 26 

Robena 26 

RoUa S. 26 

Romeo Hoyt 26 

S. G. 18 

Sally 20 

Sarah Ann 24 

Simeon Gould 26 

Sophia 26 

Storrs Waterman 26 

V. L. 26 

Venie 26 
STAVELEY Mary 135 

William 135 
STEARNS BeHnda 257 

Betsey 303 

Gharlie M. 25 

Eunice 257 

Habakkuk 257 



Index of Persons 



cxxxv 



STEARNS cont'd 

Levi 305 

M. D. 26 27 

M. J. 26 27 

Molly 304 

William Stephenson ix xxiv 
STEBBINS Stebbing Stebbings 

Abigail 27 

Abraham 27 302 

David 27 

James 302 

Jotham 27 

Lavinia 27 

Lyman 27 

Mary A. 27 

Polly 27 

Sarah 99 

William 280 
STEDMAN Betsey 266 
STEEL Levi 304 

Rhoda 302 
Stephens see Stevens 
STERLING Caroline Dutcher 

xxi 
STETSON Ann 243 

Anthony 243 

Caleb xcii 

Caroline Dawes xcii 

EMwin Meriam xciii 

Eliot Dawee xxxvi xcii xciii 

Elisha xcii 

Emily Almy xciii 

Frances Eliot xciii 

Frank Eliot xciii 

Frederick Dudley xcii xciii 

Hannah 123 

Huldah 127 

Julia 127 

Marion B. xciii 

Mary 243 

Robert xcii 

Samuel 127 

Thomas xcii 

Thomas Meriam xcii xciii 
STEVENS Stephens 

Abigail 116 311 313 

Anna 313 

Anne 50 117 

Athaliah 27 
. Bathsheba 311 312 

Benjamin 49 108 110 HI 113 
118 254 

Cornelius 51 110 

Daniel Libby 311 

Dorcas 118 

E. J. 27 

Eliia 212 

Elisabeth 47 49 116 118 

Ephraim 27 

Eunice S. 27 

George D. 27 

George S. 27 

Hannah 54 106 110 111 112 

117 118 122 
Hannah Jacob 117 
Harridon H. 27 104 
Harrison H. 104 
Hephribah 116 
Horace H. 27 
Jane L. 19 
Jeremiah 53 311 313 
Joanna 118 

Joel 113 

John 49 106 110 111 112 117 

118 122 311 312 
John Austin xxiv 
Jonathan 111 

Joseph 19 27 49 54 106 107 

117 118 121 
Joseph A. 27 
Lanara 254 
Lucy 116 117 118 120 
Lucy Ann 212 
Lydia 106 107 117 118 121 
M. P. 19 



STEVENS cont'd 

Mary 108 110 111 113 116 

118 122 212 

Mary Morris 155 xxiv 

Miriam P. 27 

Moses 47 49 50 51 53 110 116 

117 118 120 
Nancy 27 
Nathaniel 107 
Olive 120 
Pelatiah 312 
Persis 121 
Priscilla 118 
Samuel 108 
Sarah Maria Ixxvi 
Solomon 311 
Susannah 117 
Thomas 112 
STEWART Stuart 
Abraham 107 
Amos 53 54 105 312 
Bathsheba 311 312 
Bethia 107 109 118 119 
Betty 1 19 
Daniel 312 
Dorcas 49 117 
Dorothy 105 106 110 111 117 

119 315 

Edward 107 109 118 119 

Elijah 106 311 312 

Eunice 117 

George Sawin 42 7G 104 310 
vii 

Hannah 118 120 

Henrietta xli 

Hephzibah 119 

Howard Austin 27 

Huldah 119 

Isaac 107 

Jane 241 

Jemima 315 

Jeremiah 48 111 115 121 122 
314 

John 46 108 

Joseph 45 106 110 111 

Lydia 185 

Mary 106 108 

Mary J. 27 

Molly 314 

Penninnah 117 118 119 120 
311 

Priscilla 121 

Rebecca 122 

Reuben 111 311 

Samuel 44 45 46 47 48 49 53 
54 105 106 110 111 117 119 
311 312 315 

Sarah 111 115 121 122 314 

Susannah 118 

Tabitha 312 

Thomas 109 

W. D. 27 

Wentworth 106 

Zebulun 47 117 118 119 120 
311 
STICKNEY Mary Ella vii 

William Wallace v xi 
STILES Betsey 252 

Esther 94 

Esra 94 95 

Horace 96 

Isaac 95 

Joseph 252 

Lois 96 

Mabel 95 

Mary 177 181 

Ruth 95 
STILSON Joanna 186 
STODDARD Leah B. 37 
STOKES Isabel 133 134 

John 133 134 
STONE Abigail 27 255 

Alden 27 

Amity 147 

Amy D. 27 



STONE cont'd 

Ann 147 

Charles Allen xxvi 

Charles C. 27 

Clara Martha 27 

Daniel 147 

Elizabeth 122 

Ellen Adelia ixv 

Ellen Adelia Robl)ins 155 xxv 

Francis Hathaway (Mrs.) 
xciii 

George W. 27 

Hannah 147 

Henry 143 147 

Irving H. 27 

J. M. see J. Wheeler 

J. Wheeler 27 

Joanna 147 

John P. 27 

Joseph 255 

Laura Tinnie 27 

Lydia 147 

Mark 27 

Mary 122 147 255 

Mary A. 27 

Mary E. 27 

Oliver 27 

Rhoda 27 

Thankful 147 

Wheeler see J. Wheeler 

William Arthur ix xxiv 

William Eben 156 157 
STORER Abigail 105 110 114 

116 117 119 121 122 312 
Abraham 44 122 312 313 
Amos 105 311 

Bellomy 106 114 

Benjamin 44 

Comfort 313 

Ebenezer 311 

Elizabeth 55 105 106 110 116 

117 118 
Hannah 53 313 
Horatio Robinson Ixxxviii 
Jemima 119 

Jeremiah 43 44 53 105 110 
114 116 117 119 121 122 
312 

Joanna 311 

John 50 53 55 105 106 110 114 
116 117 118 312 

Joseph 44 48 55 313 

Keziah 47 

Margaret 122 

Mary 114 117 122 312 313 

Matthias 311 

Nathaniel 44 312 

Priscilla 44 117 

Rachel 44 

Rebecca 44 

Ruth 44 

Samuel 106 110 114 

Seth 44 55 312 

William 53 
STORRS EUjah 216 

Susan 216 

Susannah 216 
STORY Aline Ixxx 

Elisha Ixxii 

Elizabeth Ixxix 

Elizabeth Bowen Ixxix 

F. W. Marion Ixxx 

Francis Quarles 64 xxiv 

Frederick Washington zxriii 
Ixxix Ixxx 

Isaac Ixxix 

Joseph Ixxx 

Mehitable Ixxix 

Sally Martin Ixxix 

William Ixxix 

William Edward Ixxx 
STOUGHTON WUliam 149 
STOW Elisabeth 30 

Ephraim 30 



CXXXVl 



hidcx of Persons 



STOW ronfd 
Joseph 30 
Thankful 89 
STOWELL Eleanor J. 38 
Ella J. 38 
Ernest B. 38 
Walter II. 38 
STRATTON Clara Ann 27 
D. 13 

David Madison 27 
Dorothy Potter 28 
Freeman 27 28 
Imogene Foss 28 
Jabez 32 
Joseph 30 
Laura M. 14 
Lucy 32 319 
Lucy A. 28 
Mary Ann 27 
Mary E. 27 
Perry A. 28 
Rachel 30 
Sannuel 30 
STREET Anna Livinirston Ixviii 
Desire 178 
Lucinda 178 
Nicholas 178 
Randall S. Ixviii 
William I. Ixviii 
STREETER Arnold 30G 

Sylvia 101 
STRELLEY Frysewide 137 
STRETELE Isabel 133 
STRONG Alan Hartwell (>5 
xxvi 
Caleb 86 
Mary 189 
Sarah Ixxviii 
Stuart ■^ec .Stewart 
STURGIS Sturgess 
Elizabeth Perkins Ixv 
Rebecca Burr 14 28 
SULLIVAN James 1(12 

James William 7t) 
SUMNER Ann 147 
Eliza 202 
Jabez 202 
Jazaniah 202 
Josiah 147 
Judith 202 
Mary Lovett 258 
Sarah 149 
Susannah 202 
SUTER John Wallace vii 
SUTTON George 218 22«> 
Mary Jane 39 
Sarah 226 
Simon 219 
SWALLOW Azubah 210 
John 210 
Mary 210 
SWAN Olive xxv 
SWETT Sweet 
Emma 28 

Henry Nettleton 65 xxv 
L. S. 28 

Mary Rebecca 213 
Mildred A. 28 
Susan L. 39 
SWEZEY Huldah 189 
SWIFT Charles Henry 64 xxiv 
Rebecca 212 
Susannah 216 
William Street xxvi 
SWINNOK Thomas 218 
SYBTHORPE Elizabeth 144 
SYKE Harriet P. 28 
Royal S. 28 

Stella Annjennette Eliza 28 
SYLVESTER Desire 198 

Joseph Smith xxiv 
Symington see Simington 
SYMMES Eliza Ann 264 
Sarah Lloyd 264 
Thomay 264 



Tablcr le see Le Tabler 
TAFT Peter R. 34 
TALBOT Talbott 

Abigail 148 

Charlotte 151 

Ebenezer 151 

Elizabeth 147 151 

Enoch 151 

George 147 148 151 

Hannah 148 

Jedediah 151 

Josiah 151 

Mary 148 151 202 203 

Peter 148 

Rachel 151 

Rebecca 198 

Ruth 151 

Samuel 198 

Thomas 278 

William 151 
TALMADGE Cora xxv 
TANNER James 48 

John 48 

Phebe 48 

Walter 290 
TAPPAN Rebecca Waldo Ixvi 
TARBOX Increase Niles 75 xix 

Nathaniel 54 

Sophia 264 

Stephen 54 

Susan Waters xxi 
TATE Talithia Adaline Ixii 
TATRO Edmund 28 

Joseph L. 28 

Julia 28 

Mary 28 

Peter 28 
Sophia 28 
TAUNT Abigail 212 
Albert 212 
Clara 212 
Clarissa 212 
Emory 212 
Hephzibah 212 
Joanna 212 
John 212 
Louisa H. 212 
Martha 212 
Rhoda 213 
Ruth 212 
Samuel 212 
William 212 
TAYLOR Tayler Tavor 
Abigail 30 302 306 
Ann 52 
Anne 120 
Asa 307 
Barnabas 304 
Benjamin 106 312 315 
Bethia 302 
Clarissa 307 
Dorothy 307 
Edmund 308 
Edmund Haines ix xxiv 
Electa 307 
Eliphalet 312 
Elisabeth 30 
Elizabeth 107 100 110 113 118 

120 307 
Enos 307 
Erastus 308 
Eunice 30 304 
Gratia 305 
Hannah 118 120 
Harriet 306 
Henry 304 

Jacob Swigert ix xxiv 
Jasher 305 
John 30 109 
Jonathan 107 
Joseph 30 56 107 109 110 113 

118 120 303 
Joshua 1 1 1 
Laura 304 
Lemuel 304 



TAYLOR cont'd 

Levi 305 

Lucinda 308 

Lucy 13 14 

Lucy Maria xxvi 

Margaret 52 56 10.3 100 111 

Martha Anna 305 

Mary 30 53 120 315 

Mercy 305 307 

Olive 120 303 

Orrin 306 

Polly 302 

Rachel 49 

Rebecca 30 

Rufus 305 307 

Ruth 30 304 

Sally 308 

Samuel 222 302 

Seth 109 113 

Susannah 305 

Thankful 312 315 

Tirzah 305 

William 29 30 52 53 56 106 
109 111 304 

William Harold xxvi 

William J. (Mrs.) Ixx 
TEDCASTLE Agnes Beville v 

TEMPLE E. M. 28 

Elmer W. 28 

George 28 

George F. 28 

James 305 

Jane 20 21 

Joel 28 

Jonas 20 28 

Josephine 28 

Judson 28 

Lucy A. 28 

Luthera B. 28 

Mabel J. 28 

Maria 28 

Palmer 302 

Polly 306 

Robert B. 28 

S. J. 28 

Sally 302 

Sarah 20 28 

Stephen 303 304 30(> 

William 28 
TENNEY Albert Charles 257 

Caroline Matilda 257 

Charles Carroll 257 

Daniel 272 

E. S. 28 

Elizabeth Wymnn 272 

Francis B. 28 

James A. 28 

Josiah 257 

Judith 272 

Mary 28 

Mary Firena 257 

S. G. 28 

TERRELL Elizabeth lOt, 

Phineas 192 

Ruth 192 
THATCHER Adelaide King 
Ixix 

Anthony Ixix 

Charles F. Ixix 

Charles Milton xxxv Ixix 

Charles Tildcn Ixix 

John Ixix 

Lot Ixix 

Mahlon Daniel 64 xxiv 

Mary Ann Ixix 

Roland Ixix 
THAV/ Edward 65 xxiv 
THAXTER John Ivii 
THAYER Abigail 99 

Anna 153 

Asa 153 307 

Delia 305 

Elisha 153 






i» « . 1 



Index of Persons 



cxxxvu 



THAYER coiifd 

Jesse 302 

John 153 

Mary 163 212 

Mordecai 153 

Olive 153 

Peter 153 

Polly 153 

Rachel 153 

Sally 153 

Unity 153 

Willi;un 153 305 
THEUS Theurs 

G. T. 268 

Martha Wa*<liingtou 2G8 
TmSSELL Richard 208 

Sarah 208 
THOMAS Abci 5 11 

Abigail 127 

Catherine Drew 127 

Charles 126 

Charles Frederic 127 

Daniel Briggs 127 

Dorothv 126 

George H. 127 

George P. 126 

Julia P. 127 

Julia Parrie 127 

Maria Augusta 127 

Maria West 12G 

Mary 246 

Minnie 40 

Waldo W. 127 

William K. 127 
THOMPSON Abigail 149 

Bethia 94 

Bridget 177 

Charles Manfred 82 

Comfort 302 

Desire 178 

Edith 263 

Eunice 304 

Francis Ixxii 

George S. 36 

George W. Ixiii 

Hannah 37 

Isabella 260 

Jabez 185 

John 94 241 319 322 

Josephine L. 316 

Josiah 304 

JosiahH. 241 

Josiah Van Kirk 155 xxiv 

Lois 319 

Lucy Elizabeth 262 

Mary 186 

Mehitable 303 

Melville Withington 263 

Nilcs Hubbard 263 

Peter 306 

Phebe 310 

Robert Means 04 xxiv 

Ruth Stetson Ixxii 

Sally F. liiii 

Sarah 185 

Sarah A. 36 
THORNDIKE Alden Augustus 
64 xxiv 

Augustus ili ilii 

Charles xxxvi ili 

Henrietta xli 

Israel xli 

Mary Edmondson xlii 
THORNTON Emma M. 28 
Frarar S. 17 28 
John 281 

John Wingate 66 xcv 
THORPE Lois 93 

Mary 93 
Sheldon B. 91 
THROCKMORTON Agnes 135 
THROUGHTON Jane 138 

Richard 138 
THURBURNE Richard 280 



THURSTON — Mr. 281 

William 221 
THWING John 199 

Sarah 199 
TILDEN Abigail 260 

Ariel 306 

Benjamin 201 

Elijah 201 

Joseph 124 218 

Judith 218 

Lydia 201 218 22!i 

Lydia B. 154 

Margaret 124 

Marie 218 

Mary 201 22() 

Nathaniel 124 218 226 

Polly 306 

Ruth 201 

Sarah 124 21S 226 

Stephen 218 

Thomas 218 

William 201 
Tileston see Tillotson 
TILLEY Edith May viii 
TILLOTSON Tileston 

Alfred 204 

Appleton J. 98 

Betsey 252 

Burton O. 98 

Charles 204 

Elisha 203 

Elizabeth 203 

Euclid 203 

Hannah 203 

Hannah Jane 204 

Harold 28 

Homer C. 28 

Isadore 28 

James H. 98 

James Robinson 204 

Jane 203 

John 98 

Lucille E valine OS 

Lucretia 98 

Lucy 203 

Mabel 98 

Mariett J. 98 

ALary Elizabeth 204 

Nathaniel 203 

Samuel 204 

Stephen C. 98 
TILTON Ann 81 
TIMMINS Meribah Keene 213 

Patrick Jeremiah 213 
TINGLEY Katharine xxiv 

Lvdia 248 

^iargaret 248 

P. B. (Mrs.) X xxiv 

llaymon Meyers 321 

Samuel 248 
TINKHAM Ephraim 321 

Horace W. 321 
TIPTON Kate 207 
TITCOMB Abigail 114 

Joseph 114 

Stephen 114 
TITUS Anson 157 vii 
TOBEY Ann 303 

Avis Caroline I 

Charles Richmond 1 

Genevieve R. 1 

Maria Patey 1 

Mary Williams 307 

Rufus Babcock 1 ixxv 
TODD 92 

Betsey 96 

Chloe 93 

Christopher 309 

Elizabeth 97 

George 96 

Gideon 95 

Grace 95 

Hannah 309 

John 97 309 

Joseph 309 



TODD cont'd 

Lewey 97 

Loiza 9() 

Lucinda 02 95 

Lydia 93 

Lyman 93 

Maria 95 

Patience 95 

Prudence 95 

Rhoda 91 

Sarah 309 

William 309 
TOLLES Alexander L. 41 

David C. 41 

David H. 41 

Elizabeth Ann 41 

Ellen M. 41 

Emma M. 41 

Estelle V. 41 

Frederick L. 41 

Henry W. 41 

Ida M. 41 

Ira L. 41 

James G. 41 

Lucia A. 41 

Luke 34 40 41 

Marcia C. 41 

Martha J. 41 

Mary A. 41 

Olive M. 41 

Perlina S. 34 40 

Reuben E. 41 

Ruth A. 41 

Waldo F. 41 

Wilford A. 41 
TOLMAN Martha Lee 205 

Ruth 146 

Sarah 146 148 151 

William 205 
TOMLINSON Abigail 177 

Alice 176 177 

Bathsheba 177 

Deborah 177 

Elizabeth 177 189 

Eunice 192 

Fenton 173 

Hannah 176 177 

Henry 176 177 IS:! 

John 177 

Joseph 177 

Madeleine Cummings 173 

Mary 192 

Phebe 177 

Sarah 177 18:^ 

Tabitha 176 

WilliarTi 177 
TOPLIFFE Ebcnczer 147 

Jonathan 147 

Mary 147 

Patience 14G 147 

Priscilla 147 

Samuel 147 
Tornor see Turner 
TORREY Torry 

Benjamin Barstow 68 

Clarence Ahnon 31t» 

Joseph 305 
TOTMAN Harland H. 98 

Joshua 308 

Lizzie 98 

Thomas C. 98 
TOWER Ruth 213 
TOWNE Town 

Amos 98 

Candace 304 

Hannah B. 98 

Harrison Otis 98 
TOWNSEND Charle-s Thomas 
Sidney Ivi 

Elizabeth 208 

Esther 32 

Mary 208 

Sarah Cornelia xxxv Ivi 

Sarah Hannah Ivi Ivii 



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Index of Persons 



TOWNSEND cont'd 

Solomon D. 67 

William 208 
TOWNSLEY Newel 308 
TRAIN Adeline Merritt Ivii 

Mary Elizabeth Ivii 

William Graham Ivii 
TRAPPES Philippa 137 

Robert 137 
TRASK WilUam Blake 68 
TREAD WELL Treadwel 

Charles 52 

Hammonds 312 

Hannah 113 121 310 312 

James 113 

Mary 51 

Mastice 310 

Nathaniel 113 

Samuel 51 113 121 310 312 
TREAT Eliza 95 

Harvey 95 
TREFREY James 213 

Mary Seaver 213 
TRELAWNY Robert 167 
TRESCOTT Patience 147 
TRESHAM Thomas 134 
TRITTON Rose 220 
TROTT Deliverance 148 

John 148 

Mercy 147 

Preserved 143 146 
TROW Alfred 308 

Anne 118 

Bartholomew 200 

Elizabeth 108 110 113 118 

Israel 110 

John 108 110 113 118 

Lucy 308 

Mary 118 200 

Polly 308 

Rachel 307 

Solomon 110 
TROWBRIDGE Betsey 305 

Polly 305 

Rufus 304 

Tirzah 303 
TRUESDEL Lemuel 302 

Samuel 303 
TRYON Abigail 307 
TUBMAN Alice 246 

Perry Elliott (Mrs.) 246 
TUCKER Abigail 212 

Annie Elizabeth Snow xlix 

Betsey 198 

Charles Edwin xxxvii xlviii 

Daniel 189 

Elijah W. 204 

Eliza 212 

Elizabeth 204 212 

Ellen 212 

Eunice 204 

Hannah 198 212 

Hannah Withington 204 

Helen Maria 262 

Ida xxiii 

Jamee 212 xlviii 

Jane 212 

John 29 

Joseph xlviii 

Louisa 212 

Maria 212 

Mary 147 212 xlviii 

Nathaniel 212 

Phineas 260 

Rebecca 212 

Robert xlviii 

Rufus Stickney 318 

Ruth 29 

Samuel 204 

Sarah Rolfe Ixxv 

Stillman A. 262 

Susannah 211 2G0 

Wales 212 

William xlviii 
TUCKERMAN Frederick 160 



TUPPER Abigail 99 

Adeline M. 99 

Caroline S. S. 99 

Charles E. 99 

Deborah 99 

Dezoa N. 98 99 

Ebenezer 99 

Edmund 98 

Elvira 99 

Fred S. 99 

Harriet 98 

Israel 99 

Jackson 99 

Jane 129 

Lewis 99 

Mabel 19 

Martin Lewis 129 

Nancy A. 98 99 

Nettie 99 

Peleg 129 

R. Eugene 99 

Rensselaer 99 

Sally Drew 129 

Sarah 99 

Solon 98 99 

Solon S. 99 

Thomas 98 99 

Thomas L. 98 99 
TURKEY John 220 
TURNER Tornor 

Abigail xci 

Ann xc 

Aurelius B. 36 

Ellen Josephine ixxvi xo 

Ellen Montgomery xo xci 

Humphrey 321 xo 

Isaac 248 

Jacob xc 

Jane xc 

John 227 xc 

Margery 142 J 

Maria xci 

Martha M. 36 

Mary 248 

Rebecca xci 

Royal xci 

Sarah 186 xc 

Seth xc xci 

Stephen 186 

William 227 291 
TURRELL Anna 148 

Daniel 148 

Mary 148 151 
TUTTLE Aaron 193 

Amasa 193 

Bethia 94 178 

Elizabeth 90 

Esther 92 

Eunice 95 98 

George F. 90 

Harriet Ixiii 

Jesse 92 

John Ivii 

Maria 95 

Mary 90 

Mercy 95 

Naomi Ixxvi 

Prudence 95 

Rebecca 193 

Samuel 94 178 

Samuel Anson 98 

Sarah Miles 94 

Sibyl 193 

William 90 

Zerah Pierpont 95 
TUXTAN Eunice 207 

TWERTON 294 

TWITCHELL Ann 194 

Elizabeth 177 183 189 194 

Jabez 183 

John 194 

Joseph 177 189 

Phebe 189 
TWYTORD Nicholas 132 



TYLER Tylor 
— Mrs. 156 
John 99 
Lydia 302 
Margaret 106 
Mary 153 
Mary E. 319 
Nathaniel 106 
Sarah Ann 94 
William 106 xvii 
William R. 94 

UNDERBILL Francis Town- 
send 75 xxvi 
UNDERWOOD Anna 210 

Loring 237 
UPHAM Abigail Robbine 212 

Charles 212 

Mary Ixiiv 
UPTON Elias 307 

Harvey 99 

Mahala 99 

Minerva 308 

Olive B. 99 

Susannah 303 
URBAN Aola Constance 99 

Constancea see Aola Con- 
stance 

John T. 99 
URIN Abigail 314 

Elisabeth 314 

John 314 

Phebe 314 



VACHELL 



135 



VAIL Theodore Newton xxxiii 

xciii 
VALENCAY — Due de Ixviii 
VALENTINE Emma AugusU 
lix 

Harriett Dryden iix 

John Gill lix 
VARNEY Verney 
Abigail 6 

Ebenezer 6 11 

Elizabeth 6 

Ephraim 6 

Isaac 10 

Jonathan 6 

Joseph 6 

Lettice 137 

Mary 6 12 

Mercy 6 

Richard 6 

Samuel 6 

Timothy 6 7 

Urien 137 
VASSALL William 2361237 
VAUDRY Mary O. 322 
VAUGHAN Agnes Beville v viii 
VAUX Alianora see Eleanor 

Eleanor 60 134 

William 133 134 
VEBBER Veber 

David 302 

Elihu 302 

Joanna 308 

John 305 

Lydia 307 

Mercy 302 

Perren 305 

William 307 
VEREAN David 311 

Keziah 311 

Linney 311 
VERNAL Harvey 99 

Nancy 99 

Sarah 99 
VERNEY Margaret Maria 

Lady 316 
Verney see Varney 
VEZIN Edith xxvi 
VICKARS Jane 233 
VINAL John 243 

Mary 243 



Index of Persons 



cxxxix 



VINCENT Joshua 302 

Phebe 302 
VINING Jane xc 
VINTON Ann Withington 214 

George 214 

Rebecca xci 
VOSBURGH Stephen Earle 157 
VOSE Adam 195 

Mather Withington 213 

Mitty 195 

Rachel 195 

Sarah Prince 213 

Sarah Withington 213 

William 213 

William H. 213 

WADE Caleb 305 

David 307 

Ebenezer 305 
WADSWORTH Abigail 151 

Ann 148 

Anna 152 

Augustus 214 

Augustus B. (Mrs.) Ixii 

Benjamin 214 

Betsey 212 

Cephas 243 

Charlotte 214 

Christopher 151 

Deborah 151 

Dorothy 125 

Ebenezer 148 201 

Elijah 148 151 

George 151 

Henry A. 214 

Hephribah 148 

Ichabod 124 

Jason 213 

Jemima 201 

Jesse 151 

Joseph 151 

Lavmia 243 244 

Lucy A. 255 

Lydia 147 

Margaret 124 

Marjorie 254 

Mary 148 214 

Mary Preston 213 

Mather Withington 214 

Molly 243 

Nathaniel 148 

Peleg 125 

Phebe 151 

Rebecca 151 

Ruth 148 151 201 

Samuel 148 254 

Sarah 151 

Susannah 148 

Uriah 125 
WAITE Wait 

Charles F. 34 

Edwin E. 34 

Ellen M. 34 

Frank J. 34 

John W. 34 

Justin 34 

Mary Ann 34 

Mercy 256 

Sarah Lloyd 264 

Simon 256 

Susannah 256 
WAKEFIELD Abigail 117 123 

Benjamin 46 110 

Dorcas 116 

Elieabeth 105 108 111 113 116 
117 119 123 

Eunice 122 

Esekiel 114 

Gibbins 105 

Hannah 107 110 111 117 118 
120 122 

Herekiah 111 

Isaiah 111 

Israel 113 

James 105 108 110 111 115 



WAKEFIELD cont'd 

116 117 121 
Jedediah 105 122 

John 105 108 111 113 114 116 

117 119 123 
Jonathan 46 
Joseph 46 
Keziah 122 
Levi 111 
Lydia 121 

Mary 105 110 HI 115 116 

117 119 121 
Meribah 122 

Nathaniel 107 110 111 117 

118 120 122 
Rachel 117 
Rebecca 45 46 120 
Ruth 114 
Samuel 108 
Simeon 111 
William 45 46 

Walcott see Wolcott 
WALDRAM Marie 138 

Thomas 138 
WALES Abigail xci 

Elizabeth 211 

Joanna 211 

Mary 198 

Moses 211 

Susannah 260 
WALKER Ann 254 

Benjamin 124 

Charles 254 

Cyrus 254 

E. S. 99 

George 254 

Grant xxxiii Ixii 

Hannah 120 

Henry C. 99 

J. H. 99 

John 177 238 

Lydia 120 

Alabel Ixii 

Margery 222 

Mary 180 233 

Mary Helen 267 

Nathaniel Ixii 

Richard 112 120 

Robert 254 

Sarah 112 120 

Tabitha 177 

William 254 
WALLACE Wallis 

Ellen Maria Theresa Iv 

Henry Mitchell ix xxiv 

James 50 51 
WALLEAR Agnes 227 

John 227 

Richard 227 
WALLINGFORD Thomas Ivii 
Wallis «ee Wallace 
WALTER Walters 

Ellen lixix 

Jennie Ixxix 

Theodosia 91 

William 91 

William Thompson Ixxix 
WALTON John 33 
WALWORTH Arthur Clarence 
ixxv Ixxi Ixiii 

Caleb Clark Iv 

Charles Ixii 

Elizabeth Chickering Ixxi 

Florence Ixxii 

Gardner Colby Ixxii 

George Ixxi 

George Roberts Ixxii 

James Jones Ixxi Ixxii 

M. Louise Ixxii 

Mary Iv 

Mary Frances Ixxii 

Stella Louise Iv 

William Ixxi 
WANZER Florence Holmes 
Marshia 99 



WANZER cont'd 

Helen A. 99 

Hill S. 99 

Jane A. 99 

Julia M. 99 

Samuel Marshia 99 

Sidney H. 99 

Susan 99 

Thomas 99 

William David 160 
WARD Artemas 322 

Benjamin 211 

Charlotte M. xci 

Charlotte Sprague Ixxiv 

Hannah 302 

Jeremiah 302 

John C. 308 

John Graham 304 

Jonathan 304 305 

Joshua 306 

Josiah 308 

Mary 211 

Nancy 304 

Polly 303 

Sally 266 

Susannah 308 u 

William xci 

Zebina 306 
WARDEN Eleanor Cotton v 
viii li 

William Francis xr^'i . 
WARE Weer 

Ann 50 

Anna 209 

Ariel 302 

Elisha 209 

George 303 

Mantor 307 

Margaret 307 

Martha 209 

Molly 302 

Moses 209 

Rebecon 209 
WARNER Annis 91 

Caroline Augusta 64 xxiv 

Caroline S. 98 

Charles Mortimer 155 xiiv 

Eleanor Lovina xlviii 

Esther 91 

John 91 188 

Mary Anna 93 

Phebe 188 

Samuel 188 

Sarah 179 188 308 

Thomas 188 
WARREN Dolly 211 

Frances Eliza Ixiii 

John 206 

Lucy 306 

Mary 306 

Mary Baker 206 

Mercy Ixxix 

Richard 244 xxiv li liv Ixxxi 

Thomas 219 220 294 
WARRES Lurmtha 13 
WASHBURN Washbond Wash- 
borne 

Bowers 191 

Charles GrenfiU 156 

Elizabeth 192 

Ephraim 191 

Eunice 191 

Experience 192 304 

Fear 126 

Hannah 177 

Hope 177 181 

John 192 

Mary 177 181 

Miriam 191 

Molly 129 

Nancy 191 

Polly 191 

Samuel 181 

Sarah 181 183 

Seth 126 



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WASHBURN cont d 
Susannah 181 
William 177 191 192 
WASHTNGTON George 73 

xviii 
WATERBURY Elizabeth 183 
John Isaac xxv 
Sarah 183 
WATERHOUSE George Her- 
bert 157 
WATERMAN Abigail 212 
C. 100 

Clarissa 99 100 
Dorothy A. 100 
Dorothy E. 100 
Joseph 99 100 
Mary 247 
Otis F. 247 
Storra 100 
WATERS Abel 185 186 
Asa Wilson xxvi 
Elizabeth Jane 263 
Hannah 185 186 
Henry FitzGilbert 73 234 
Richard 263 
Ruth 186 
Virginia 263 
WATKINS Elizabeth 184 
Joseph 184 
Mary Jane 39 
Walter Kendall 76 vii xvii 

WATLEY 284 

WATLYN 284 

WATSON Abigail 119 121 
C. H. 100 
Clarissa 100 
Elizabeth 207 
Frederica K. Ix 
Honour 121 
James .). 100 
Jane Scdgr^-ick xliii 
John 121 
Ruth 120 

Shadrach 118 119 120 
Susannah 118 119 120 
urTii^'""^ ^- ^^^rs.) Ix 
WATTS Mary 2'>0 
WAUGH Delia Maria 93 

Thaddetis 93 
Wayneman see Wenman 
WEBB — Coi. 194 
Charity 44 
James 44 
Joseph 44 
Josiah 44 
William 44 
WEBBER Weber 
Florence Ann 250 
Frances Elizabeth 250 
James S. 250 
Jessie Palmer 242 
John 118 
Nancy Monk 250 
Phebe 250 
Sarah 118 
William L. 250 
WEBSTER Betsey M. 100 
Clara M. 100 
Columbus 100 
Daniel B. 100 
Eunice M. 100 
Jason C. 100 
Joel 100 
Judson C. 100 
Matilda 100 
Orrilla R. 100 
Robert D 100 
WEED Samuel 189 
WEEKS Abigail 149 199 
Joseph 149 199 
Leonard 321 
Lyman H. 322 
Sarah 149 
Weer see Ware 



Index of Persons 

WEIGHTMAN Clarence 
George 100 

Mertie E. 100 

WiUard 100 
WEISSE — Mr. xxxviii 
WELCH Beriah 47 

David 114 

Ebenezer 200 

Edmund 114 115 311 

Edward 312 

Joseph 115 

Katharine 47 

Louisa 154 

Margaret 81 

Mary 46 47 200 

Ruth 114 115 311 312 

Ruth Stetson Ixxii 

Solomon 312 
WELD Charles Richmond xxxvi 
xlv 

Deborah xlv 

Edmund 216 

Ezra Greenloaf xlv 

Frances xlv 

Hannah 216 

Rebecca 214 

Samuel 216 

Thomas 216 xlv 
Welles see Wells 
WELLINGTON Elizabeth 205 

Nancy 205 
WELLMAN Arthuv Holbrook 
xi 

Sarah 34 
WELLS Welles 

Almira 254 

Arthur C. 100 

Asahel C. 100 

Benaiah 111 

Betsey 100 101 

Blanche M. 100 

C. Ellen 100 101 

Cordie M. 100 

Daniel 112 

Deborah 107 108 111 112 113 

114 119 313 315 
Dependance 113 
Dorothy 109 110 113 114 118 

121 
Ebenezer 114 
Edson A. 101 
Edward (Mrs. ) xxiv 
Eli Newton 100 101 
Elizabeth 122 
Ellen see C. Ellen 
Ellen A. 101 
Erasmus S. 100 101 
Fanny 101 
Francis Newell 101 
George 254 
Hannah 313 
Harland N. 101 
Harrison H. 100 
Horace 307 
John 107 108 HI 112 113 114 

119 313 315 
John Light 113 
Jonathan 109 
Joseph 106 
Joshua 44 106 107 109 111 

112 116 117 118 120 122 
Josiah 114 
Judah 100 101 
Laura 101 
Lillian A. 101 
Lizzie E. 100 
Loren C. 101 
Lucia I. 101 
Lucien Lemuel 101 
Lydia 117 219 315 
Mahala W. 100 
Martha 121 
Mary 120 

Meribah 106 107 109 HI 112 
116 117 118 120 122 



WELLS cont'd 

Minnie M. 101 

Nathan 109 

Nathaniel 109 110 113 114 
118 121 

Nellie E. 100 101 

Qeneth 101 

Robert 110 

Roena 20 

S. S. 100 

Samuel 108 111 

Sarah 116 

Stella 76 xxiv 

Susannah 119 

Thomas 44 48 49 52 54 55 
107 164 

William 112 
WELTON Andrew 192 

Eleazer 192 

Eliakim 192 

Elizabeth 192 

Eunice 192 

Joseph 93 

Mary Selina 93 

Moses 192 
WENMAN Wayneman 

Anna 136 

Richard 136 

Thomas 136 
WENSLEY Thomas 50 51 
WENTWORTH Abigail 260 

Bethia 211 

Elizabeth 198 
John 198 322 

Lucy Abby 212 

Martha 197 

Nathaniel 198 
Olive 198 
Oliver 260 

Rachel 145 
Sarah 212 260 
WEST Anna B. Ixxxii 
Anna Dumont Ixxxii 
Charles Alfred xxxvi Ixxxii 
John 12f; 
Lydia W. Ixxxii 
xMary 126 
Phebe 126 
Samuel Ixxxii 
WESTCOTT M^estcotte 
Katharine xxiv 
Stukeley 322 
WESTON Charles Siduey 75 
xxiv 
Edmund Ixv Ixvi 
Ellen S. Ixvi 
George 101 
Grace Ixvi 
Martin J. 101 
Robert Dickson vii xvi 
Sylvia 101 
Thalia Ixv 

Thomas xxxv Ixv Ixvi 
Wendell Maro 237 
WETHERBEE Witherbec 
Agnes 282 
Asenath 258 
Daniel 258 
Frank B. (Mrs.) 156 
Hephzibah 258 
John 282 
Thomasine 282 
WETHERELL Witherell 
Daniel 219 
Mary 219 
Prudence 38 
Samuel 219 
Sarah Bent 259 
Thomas 219 
William 219 259 
WETMORE Edmund (Mrs.) 05 
xxiv 
Helen xxiv 
WHEAT John 30 
WHEATLEY Laura 24 



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Index of Persons 



cxli 



WHEELER Aaron 101 
Abraham 214 
Amelia Rumsey Ixxxv 
Amelia Vernon Ixxxv 
Anah 191 
Anna 214 
Caleb 197 
Charity 191 
David 191 
Elizabeth 190 191 
Elizabeth Theodora Ixxxv 
Elleu Rumsey Ixxxv 
Eunice 191 
Everett P. 82 
Fanny 78 
Francis B. 85 
Hannah 14 
Hope Manchester viii 
Iluiduh Ruth Ixxxiv 
James 191 
Jane 14G 
Jerathmeel 201 
Joseph Ixxxiv 
Lucy 101 
Mary 178 
Mercy 182 
Moses Ixxxiv 
IVathaniel Ixxxiv Ixxxv 
Obadiah 193 
Ruth 193 
Samuel Hickok xxxiii Ixxxiv 

Ixxxv 
Sarah 185 191 193 197 214 
Thankful Ivii 
Theodora Ixxxa' 
Timothv 30 

WHEELOCK 102 

Alden D. 101 
Caroline 101 
Effie M. 101 
Elame 101 
Elizabeth C. 101 
Emerson 101 102 
Eugene 102 
Faithful 102 
H. Corinne 102 
H. D. 102 

Hannah M. 101 102 
Hannah P. 102 
Harriet S. 104 
Hepsey 104 
Hiram 101 

Hiram Knight 101 102 
Levi 104 

Lucius Benjamin 101 
Lucius E. 102 
Maria E. 102 
Martha 101 102 
Moses 102 
Rosett S. 102 
Thankful M. 102 
W. Ashley 102 
WHEELWRIGHT Aaron 113 
Abigail 49 52 54 105 lOH 107 
108 114 115 IIG 117 119 
121 
Alice 49 52 
Benjamin 54 312 
Daniel 105 108 
Elizabeth 43 
Esther 43 48 
George 108 
Hannah 43 117 
Jeremiah 43 
Joanna 116 
Job 46 107 

John 43 44 45 40 48 54 55 56 
Joseph 46 47 48 49 50 52 54 

113 312 313 
Katharine 121 
Lucy 46 
Lydia 46 117 
Mary 44 47 113 115 119 312 

313 
Nathaniel 44 106 108 114 117 



WHEELWRIGHT cont'd 
119 121 
Samuel 43 48 49 50 52 54 105 

107 108 114 115 110 
Sarah 45 
Snel 106 
Thomas 46 
WHELAN George Joseph 65 

WHIELDEN Joshua 302 
Whigtinge see Whiting 
WHIPPLE Lydia 32 
Marion xxi 
Rufus 32 

Sarah Fuller Ixxxix 
WHITCOMB Abigail 197 
Benjamin F. 257 
Isabel 38 
Lucy 197 
Oliver 197 
Phineas 197 
Sally 153 
Sarah 197 

Susan Thurston 257 
William 197 
WHITE Abigail S. 30(i 
Abijah 148 
Anthony 102 
B. 239 
Charles 308 
Charlotte 259 
Daniel 201 

Edward 143 145 148 153 
Eleanor 153 
Eleazer 201 
Electa 304 
Elizabeth 145 151 153 205 

214 
Emily 254 

George Robert ix xxiv 
Grace xx\'\ 
Harriet 102 254 
Harriet J. xxi 
Hattie V. 20 
James 143 145 149 
John Barber vii 
Joseph Harvey vi 
Louisa L. 206 
Lovice 303 
Maria xci 

Mary 148 200 201 21<; 
Melinda 308 
Orrin 102 
Patience 148 
Peregrine 201 
Polly 102 305 
RoUin H. 64 xxiv 
Royal 254 
Sally 302 
Samuel 214 
Sarah 143 145 
Saul 151 
Sybella 268 
William 201 206 
William A. 102 
WHITECHURCH Margaret E 

xxvi 
WHITEFIELD Whitfield 
Adelaide F. Ixxviii 
George 150 
Ralph 229 
Thomas 229 
WHITEHOUSE Edward 312 
314 
Hannah 312 314 
John 312 
Mary 314 
Obadiah 312 
Whit6eld see Whitefield 
Whitin see Whitten 
WHITING Whigtinge 
Elizabeth 248 276 
Hannah 248 
Jacob 303 
Joseph 144 



WHITING cont'd 
Mary 187 248 
Rebecca 304 

Sarah 144 

Theophilus 248 

William 67 

Zenas Loring 248 
WHITNEY 123 

Abigail 197 

Bartholomew 102 

Dorothy 197 

Edward 102 

Edward Farley x xxv 

George Erastus (Mrs.) 155 
xxv 

George T. 257 

Gertrude xxv 

H. M. 102 

Hannah 197 

Henrietta Parker lix 

John 123 

Lucy 197 

Mary 197 

Mary Stearns 257 

Mercy 197 

Merton A. 102 

Morton H. 102 

Nancy 197 

Ohio 197 

Rodney D. 102 

Samuel 197 

Sarah 102 123 197 

Silas 197 

Stanton 76 xxvi 

Susannah 197 

Wayland 102 

William 197 

William Arnold 102 
WHITRIDGE Morris 65 xxvi 
WHITTEMORE Abigail 31 

Charlotte 202 

Clarissa 202 

Ellen 247 

Helen 247 

Jeremiah 31 

Joseph 202 259 

Sarah 202 259 

Susannah Payson 202 
WHITTEN Whitin Witton 

Catherine xxiv 

Frank S. 82 

George Marston (Mrs.) xxiv 

Margaret 287 

Randolph 287 

Susan 258 
Whittenton see Withingtou 
Whittington see Withington 
WHORF Harry C. 77 xviii 
WICKHAM Clarence Horace 

162 
WIDDICOMB William 76 xxv 
WIGGIN Wiggins 

Abigail 48 49 

George Winslow vi 

James 48 

Sarah 49 
WIGGLESWORTH Edward 
Ixv 

Henrietta May Ixv 

Jane Norton xxxiv Ixv 
WILCOX Clara A. 78 

Eleanor E. 102 

John F. 78 

Martha N. 78 

Mary 24 

Moses C. 78 

Noah 102 

Sebra P. 102 

Susan C. 78 

Wealthea 102 
WILD Abraham 81 
WILDER Abigail 197 258 

Abigail Nims Iv 

Clarissa 302 

Cynthia Jane 258 



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Index of Persons 



WILDER cont'd 

Edward 258 

Eveline Lucinda 258 

Everett Ellsworth 258 

Gardner 304 

John Franklin 258 

Josiah Seward 258 

Louisa Eveline 258 

Lucinda Eveline 258 

Marshall Pinckney 67 68 70 
163 

Mary Ivii 

Nathaniel 303 

Orlando Franklin 258 

Polly 305 

Prudence 304 
WILES Susan 146 
WILKES Jane 64 xxv 
WILKINS Frederic H. 82 
WILKINSON Ebenezer 102 

Ichabod 102 

Joseph 102 

Prudence 102 

Sarah 102 
WILLARD Joseph xcv 

Joseph Edward ix xxv 

Lucy 320 

Nathan 320 

Relief 320 
WILLETT WiUet Wylett 

Alice 281 288 

Eddie 103 

James 48 

John 283 

Mary 89 

Nathaniel 103 

Robert 281 283 288 

Sarah R. 103 

Thomas 283 
WILLEY Mary E. 103 

Sylvester 103 
WILLIAM I of England GO 
WILLIAM II former German 

Emperor 318 
WILLIAMS William 

Abial 149 

Abigail 84 

Anna 103 

Betsey P. 103 

Ebenerer 103 

Elearer A. 103 

Elijah 86 

Emily A. 103 

Ephraim 84 87 307 

Francis Charles 216 

Francis J. 216 

George Horace (Mrs.) Ixxii 

George W. 103 

James 178 

John Bertram (Mrs.) 64 xxv 

Joseph 314 

Joseph F. 103 

Keziah 103 

Lois 178 

Lydia 314 

Margaret 314 

Marion B. xciii 

Mary 33 216 

Mary Hancock 216 

Merrit B. 103 

Olive xxv 

Priscilla 186 

Rhoda 303 

Roger 234 273 

Roger Fisk 157 

Ruth 146 

Sarah 178 

Sydrack 234 

William John ix xxv 
WILLIAMSON Grace xxvi 
WILLING Ann Eliza 268 

John H. 268 
WILLIS Wyllys 

Abby Ann 127 

Abigail 127 141 



WILLIS cont'd 

Abigail Adams 127 

Angeline 127 

Edward 127 

Foster 127 

George xliii 

George Frederick 127 

Jonah 127 

Julia Parris Foster 127 

Mary Gertrude 267 

Mary Helen 267 

Michael 141 

Nathaniel 86 

Nathaniel Parker 80 166 

Silence 152 

William 168 267 

William Henry 127 

William Nelson 267 

Zephaniah 125 
WILLOUGHBY Margaretta 97 

Samuel Augustus 97 
WILLS Winifred 226 
Willson see Wilson 
WILMARTH Amelia Bigelow 
Ixii 

Anna 254 

Hephzibah 254 

Joseph 254 . 

Learned Ixxi 

Priscilla Ixxi 
WILMOT Anna 184 

Benjamin 179 

Lydia 179 

Thomas 179 

William 179 
WILSON Willson 

104 

Abigail 105 121 

Clarissa A. 103 

David 103 114 

Electa 104 

Elisabeth 311 

Elizabeth 118 

Everett 64 xxv 

Frankie S. 103 

James 118 120 

James H. 103 

Jane 118 

Jane L. 103 

John 138 311 

Jonathan 114 307 

Joseph T. 264 

Lucretia D. 103 

Margaret 118 119 120 307 

Marion L. 103 

Martha 223 

Mary 113 114 120 121 264 
311 313 

Mary S. 103 104 

May M. K. xxvi 

Michael 105 113 114 121 311 
313 

Noah 105 113 

Samuel 311 

Sarah Jane 264 

William 118 119 264 

William Campbell 103 

William DeForest 103 
WINCH Leonard 207 

Valetta Ann 207 
Winchester Bp. see surname 
WINCHESTER Adelaide F. 
Ixxviii 

Charles 3()6 

John Ixxvii 

Rebecca Ixxvii 

Samuel A. Ixxvii 

Walter Clark xxv xxxiii Ixxvii 
WINDSOR Anna 135 

Edward 135 
WINES Bridget 219 

Faintnot 219 
WINGATE Mary xxv 
WINN Abigail 48 109 110 111 
113 121 311 315 



WINN cont'd 

Benjamin 114 

Daniel 110 

Francis 311 

Huldah 106 315 

John 46 106 109 110 111 113 
121 311 315 

Jonathan 312 

Joseph 49 53 113 114 120 121 
311 312 

Josiah 45 46 48 49 51 53 106 
109 

Lydia 45 

Mary 113 114 120 121 311 312 

Mehitable 45 120 

Nathaniel 111 

Rebecca 51 

Stephen 113 

Timothy 311 
WINSHIP Abigail 150 

Elizabeth 196 
WINSLOW Winslowe 

Agnes 135 

Edward 83 142 

Job 83 

John Flack 85 

Jonathan 141 

Joseph 83 

Josiah 142 

Kenelm 83 

Margaret 142 

Mary 85 

Mary Jane 83 85 

Mary Pratt Hi 

Richard 83 85 

Ruth 141 

Thomas 135 
WINTHROP Winthroppe 

Henry 236 

John 141 236 

Samuel 236 

Stephen 236 
WIRE Nancy 192 

Samuel 192 
WIRES Harriet Deidamia 

Ixxxiii 
WISE — Rev. Mr. 57 115 123 

Faintnot 219 

Fannett see Faintnot 
WISEBURY Anthony 179 

Tabitha 179 
WIS WELL Ann 251 

Elizabeth 248 

Enoch 143 

Hannah 143 

John 143 

Jonathan 212 

Mary 146 147 204 206 

Sarah 146 205 212 259 
Witherbee see Wetherbee 
Witherell see Wetherell 
WITHERLEY Witherle 

Eunice Blanchard 265 

George H. 265 

John 218 

WUliam 265 
WITHINGTON Whittenton 
Whittington 

Abel 201 216 

Abial 149 

Abiel 149 151 152 200 201 216 

Abigail 148 149 150 151 153 
197 199 204 208 210 211 
212 246 248 253 255 256 
260 266 

Abigail Ann 259 

Abigail Mary 257 

Abigail Muzzy 257 

AbigaU R. 272 

Abijah White 205 214 215 

Abraham 214 

Adelaide 268 

Adelaide Marlow 255 

Adelia 271 

Adeline 259 



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WITHINGTON cont'd 
Adeline Carleton 269 
Albert, 205 25(> 257 
Albert Carruth 258 
Albert Eli 273 
Albert Marcus 250 267 
Alfreda 266 
Alfreda Bosworth 267 
Alice Mary 269 
Alma 267 
Almena 272 
Alxnira 254 
Alonro Estee 213 
Alpheus Moors 205 249 
Alzina 256 
Amanda Bailey 250 
Amos 258 
Angelina K. 272 
Ann 144 148 149 154 206 214 

254 259 
Ann Eliza 251 268 
Anna 214 258 
Anna Jane 272 
Anna Jane Sherburne 252 
Anne 144 
Annie 142 
Annie Caroline 269 
Annie Louise 268 
Apphia 253 
Arethusa 197 256 257 
Asa 256 
Asaph L. 258 
Asenath 258 
Augusta Bates 272 
Augustus 249 
Augustus Harvey 266 
Arubah 210 
Baxter Perry 254 
Belinda 257 
Benjamin 154 197 201 210 

256 257 258 
Benjamin Bates 255 272 
Benjamin Franklin 250 
Benjamin Locke 211 258 
Betsey 252 256 
Betsey A. 261 
Caleb Strong 247 265 
Caroline 261 
Caroline A. 265 
Caroline Chandler 251 269 
Caroline Frothingham 262 
Caroline H. 272 
Caroline Matilda 264 
Caroline Parker 264 
Catherine 200 
Catherine GeorgetU 266 
Chandler 268 
Charles 207 213 214 216 251 

264 
Charles B. 258 
Charles C. 266 
Charles Edward 268 
Charles Francis 252 269 
Charles H. 272 
Charles Henry 251 268 
Charles Phineas 207 251 269 
Charles Sumner 268 
Charles Warren 269 
Charlotte 202 250 258 
Charlotte A. J. 260 
Charlotte Hawes 259 
Christiana Dexter 255 
Clara Emma 270 
Clarissa 214 259 264 
Constance 145 
Convers Fitts 271 
Cynthia 253 
Cyrus 254 271 
Daniel 199 214 
David Bates 255 
Deborah 150 200 
Delia 265 
Delia M. 267 

Deliverance 146 148 151 152 
Desire 79 198 



WITHINGTON cont'd 
Dolly 272 
Dolly Goodhill 272 
Dorcas 154 
Dorothy 246 
Eben F. 273 
Eben Preston 248 253 
Ebenezer 144 146 147 149 150 
153 154 199 200 204 206 
210 214 215 
Edgar Frank 268 
Edith 269 
Edith Warren 270 
Edward 150 154 198 199 204 

205 210 212 215 249 250 
257 269 

Edward Harper 267 

Edward Otis 252 269 

Edwin 257 

Eli 197 210 256 257 

Eli Palmer 213 

Ellas 208 253 271 

Elihu 260 

Elijah 152 197 200 202 211 
259 260 

Elijah Storrs 216 

Eliot 270 

Elisha 197 209 256 

Eliza Ann 261 264 268 

Eliza Frothingham 262 

Eliza Jane 205 214 215 267 

Eliza Piatt 268 

Elizabeth 79 142 143 144 145 
147 149 150 151 153 197 
198 200 201 202 204 205 

206 208 209 210 211 212 
214 215 247 248 252 253 
254 256 262 

Elizabeth Cole 264 

Elizabeth Davis 259 

Elizabeth G. 272 

Elizabeth Humphries 266 

Elizabeth Perkins 215 

Elizabeth Tucker 205 215 

Elizabeth Wyman 272 

Ella 250 

Ellen F. 258 

Ellen Harrod 266 

Elmer 256 258 

Elmira 258 

Emily 259 260 

Emma Jane 265 

Enos 154 206 208 211 213 

Enos Bailey 260 

Ephraim Andrews 255 272 

Ephraim Fitts 271 

Esther 153 200 260 

Esther Damon 248 

Ethel 213 

Eugene A. 265 

Eunice 204 205 207 212 264 

Eunice Blanchard 265 

Eunice Kingman 265 

Eunice Wales 261 

Eurene 255 

Eveline Lucinda 258 

Faith 143 145 

Fidelia 272 

Fidelia Adella 207 

Florence 268 269 

Frances 248 267 

Francis 197 208 253 262 270 

271 
Francis Mather 208 253 
Frank Clapp 270 
Franklin 153 

Frederic Scherer 142 196 246 
Gardner Fitts 271 
George 142 260 261 265 
George A. 256 
George Aspinwall 261 
George Blagden 252 
George Edward 249 267 
George Gardner 263 
George Gifford 269 



WITHINGTON cont'd 
George J. 266 
George Kidder 265 
George Piatt 268 
George Richards Minot 216 

263 
George Sumner 251 
Georgiana 269 
Georgiana D. 265 
Gertrude 263 
Gilman 256 
Grace 152 
Hannah 146 154 198 200 203 

204 205 206 208 210 216 

253 265 
Hannah Fales 259 
Hannah R. 265 
Harold 265 
Harriet 215 254 
Harriet A. 261 
Harriet Louisa 252 
Harriet Sherburne 252 262 
Harry E. 256 
Helen Maria 269 
Henrietta 268 
Henrietta H. 265 
Henry 142 143 144 146 147 

148 149 152 196 202 211 

216 246 247 259 260 263 

264 265 
Henry Albert 270 
Henry Bailey 198 211 259 
Henry E. 265 
Henry Gulick 250 
Henry Herbert 252 270 
Henry Hodgeman 258 
Henry Storrs 216 
Hephzibah 254 
Herbert Lincoln 270 
Hezekiah 265 
Hiram 248 249 266 
Hiram Rice 250 
Hopestill 149 152 
Horace Harrison 271 
Howard Pierce 270 
Increase Sumner 207 251 
Ira 257 272 
Irving Piatt 268 
Isaac 202 248 265 
Isaac Chandler 250 268 
Isabel 258 
Isabella Eunice 250 
J. B. 258 
Jacob 209 254 
James 152 154 201 211 247 

258 264 265 
James Clap 252 269 
James Davis 257 
James Edward 250 267 
James Harvey 204 248 266 
James Henry 265 
James S. 266 
James Snell 259 
James Watts 272 
Jane 154 203 205 252 253 264 

267 
Jane Ellen 213 
Jane Kelton 207 
Jemima 201 

Joanna 211 250 270 271 
Joel 209 253 
John 79 144 145 147 149 150 

153 197 198 199 201 208 

209 210 211 212 213 216 

252 256 258 263 
John Albert 257 272 
John Bent 259 
John Clap 252 
John Tenney 273 
John Walthour Remshart 269 
Jonathan 253 
Joseph 145 146 148 149 151 

152 153 154 200 201 214 

247 256 262 264 
Joseph Samuel 268 



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Index of Persons 



WITHINGTON cont'd 
Joseph Warren 255 
Joseph Weeks 199 205 214 
Josephine 251 
Josiah 257 2G3 
Judith 153 
Julia Elizabeth 2G7 
Julia Miller 272 
Juliana Appleton 255 
Katharine 149 150 151 
Katharine Mather 199 
Lanara 254 
Laura 253 
Laura Elliott 268 
Laura Jane 213 254 
Laura Mandane 248 
Laurinda 216 263 
Lemuel 154 203 205 206 250 

268 
Lemuel Davis 269 
Leonard 214 261 
Lepha Drown 254 
Lewis 154 204 206 207 20S 

249 
Lewis Franklin 249 
Lois 199 
Lorenzo A. 271 
Lorinda Colburn 271 
Louisa 259 
Louisa Emrneline 271 
Louisa Gill 260 
Louisa Locke 255 
Louisa M. 272 
Louisa Parker 265 
Lovey 252 
Lovilla 254 
Lucas 256 
Lucina 271 
Lucinda Ann 271 
Lucinda Eveline 258 
Lucretia 209 
Lucv 154 203 205 206 208 249 

251 252 260 261 2(12 
Lucy Ann 216 252 263 
Lucv Elizabeth 262 
Lucy H. 257 
Lucv Maria 249 
Lydia 202 204 247 248 253 

254 257 259 264 271 
Lydia Carlton 269 
Lydia Henchman Perkins 216 
Mahala 253 
Margaret 142 202 270 
Margaret Anna 213 
Margery 142 
Maria 207 251 
Maria K. 254 
Maria Long 264 
Maria Louise 268 
Maria Magdalene 207 
Maria Roshore 268 
Marjorie 254 
Martha 79 197 198 209 210 

247 
Martha Jane 207 269 
Martha Washington 267 268 
Marv 144 145 146 147 151 

152 153 154 199 200 201 

202 203 204 208 209 210 

213 214 216 247 248 250 

253 254 256 259 261 
Marv A. 153 
Mary Ann 258 260 265 266 

268 
Mary Baker 206 
Mary Caroline 252 
Marv E. 258 
Mary Elizabeth 263 265 266 

267 268 
Mary Estabrooks 273 
Mary Firena 257 
Mary Gertrude 267 
Mary Goddard 249 
Mary Hancock 215 
Marv Keenc 213 



WITHINGTON cont'd 
Mary Lucy 268 
Mary McKean 271 
Mary Muzzy 257 
Mary Niles 262 
Mary Payson 204 
Mary Preston 153 199 213 

249 
Mary Rebecca 213 
Mary S. 252 
Mary Stacy 262 
Mary Stearns 257 
Mary Whiting 248 
Mather 150 198 199 209 210 

211 213 254 
Matilda 212 264 
Mehitable 212 249 252 
Melissa 260 
Melissa R. 272 
Mercy 210 
Meribah Keene 213 
Minerva 272 
Miriam 201 253 254 
Molly 210 
Moses 208 252 
Moses Elias 271 
Myra 213 256 
Myra Harriet 211 261 
Myron 261 

Nancy 206 249 253 255 256 
Nancy Dunbar 266 
Nancy E. 267 
Nancy M. 258 
Nancy Monk 250 
Nathan 212 260 
Nathan Crane 266 
Nathan Hurlburt 271 
Nathan Noyes 261 
Nathaniel 148 151 154 200 

202 206 215 250 268 
Nathaniel Tucker 249 267 
Newell 200 216 
Noah 211 253 259 
Olive 259 264 
Oliver Wendell 216 
Oscar Pillsbury 273 
Oscar R. 271 
Otis 208 213 251 252 261 
Pamela N. 269 
Patience 206 208 
Patience Glover 207 
Paul Richmond 270 
Pauline L. 265 
Perez 259 
Phebe 210 
Phebe Arethusa 273 
Phila 256 
Phila A. 266 
Philcna Ann 255 
Philip 79 145 147 149 150 151 

153 198 199 200 
Phineas 153 154 199 206 207 

208 250 
Phineas Mather 2(50 
Pluma 271 
Polly 209 211 261 
Quincy Adams 258 
Rachel 208 209 253 254 255 
Rachel Flagg 256 
Rachel Mason 252 271 
Rebecca 200 201 
Rebecca T. 153 
Relief 259 
Reuben 209 

Rhoda 202 207 251 256 
Rhoda Ann 271 
Richard 143 144 145 146 149 

262 
Richard S. 265 
Richard W. 271 
Richard Waters 263 
Robert 201 246 253 270 271 
Robert Franklin 267 
Robert P. 267 
Roland Coolidge 270 



WITHINGTON cont'd 

Rose Harnianson 263 

Royal 254 

Rozilla 255 

Ruamah 199 

Ruhamah Billings 213 

Ruth 197 208 209 213 253 256 
257 

Ruth Tower 213 

Sabra 253 

Sallv 210 256 271 

Saloma 209 

Salome 208 209 253 

Salter 202 

Samuel 146 149 150 153 154 
197 199 202 203 204 205 
207 209 210 211 213 248 
250 254 256 257 259 260 

Samuel Howe 249 267 

Samuel Jackson 264 

Samuel Stearns 251 

Sarah 79 146 147 148 149 152 
153 196 197 198 199 200 
202 203 205 206 208 209 
210 211 212 215 246 247 
248 250 252 256 257 258 
259 260 261 263 

Sarah A. 273 

Sarah Adams 249 

Sarah Allen 248 

Sarah Ann 207 251 264 266 
269 

Sarah B. 261 

Sarah Bent 259 

Sarah Brcck 149 208 

Sarah Caroline 251 

Sarah Damon 248 

Sarah Elizabeth 261 266 

Sarah Jane 252 269 

Sarah Maria 269 

Sarah Moseley 153 

Sarah Perkins 216 

Sarah Porter 263 

Sarah Preston 214 

Sarah Prince 213 

Sarah Sumner 258 

Sarah W. 272 

Sarah WiswcU 251 260 

Sarepta G. 253 

Seth 257 

Sidney 270 

Silence 146 147 150 

Solander W. 254 272 

Sophia 261 

Stephen 202 209 210 247 

Stephen Gardner 263 

Submit 146 

Sumner 250 

Sumner Andrew 251 269 

Susan 216 249 256 258 263 
271 

Susan C 257 

Susan Elizabeth 252 260 

Susan Esther 265 

Susan Maria 249 

Susan Muzzy 273 

Susan S. 258 

Susan Thurston 257 

Susannah 146 201202 203 211 
247 256 260 

Sybella 268 

Sylvester 271 

Tabitha 258 

Thankful 147 150 

Thirza 249 253 264 

Thomas 152 202 203 247 248 

Thomas C. 252 

Thomas S. 265 

Thomas Wilmarth 254 

Tryphena 256 

Virginia 263 

Wales 211 212 260 

Warren 261 

Wealthy 256 

William 147 150 151 154 196 



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cxlv 



WITHINGTON cont'd 

197 200 202 208 209 210 
212 213 214 215 24G 247 
255 25G 257 260 2ti2 2(14 
272 

William A. Herbert 272 

William Clapp 266 

William Dame 254 

William Estes 213 

William G. 265 

William Gardner 271 

William Henry 266 

William Herbert 262 

William L. 273 

William Lewis 267 

William Locke 255 

William Mason 253 271 

William Sherburne 261 262 

William Thomas 260 

William Turner 248 266 

William White 262 

Zillah 256 

Zilpah 215 
WITTER Georgette Barton 69 
Witton see Whitten 
Wode sec Wood 
WODELL Ursilla 29 
WOLCOTT Walcott 

Anne 152 

Arthur Stuart xxvi 

Ebenezer 91 

Rhoda 91 

Roger Ixxxvii 

Sarah 91 
Wollage """c WooHey 
WOOD Wode 

Abigail Ann 259 

Benjamin 250 

Deborah xlv 

Elias 219 

Fanny 259 

Gideon 103 

Hannah 305 

Jane 103 

Jennie D. 104 

John 306 

Lucretia 306 

Mary Emma 237 

Norman F. 103 104 

S. Jane 104 

Susan 103 

Uriel 103 

Willard H. 103 

William 294 

William Benjamin 259 
Woodard see Woodward 
Woodberry .see Woodbury 
WOODBRIDGE Rugglcs 320 
WOODBURY Woodberry 

Elizabeth Bowen Ixxix 

Sarah 260 
WOODCOCK Hannah 147 
WOODHOUS William 283 
WOODING David 186 

Jeremiah 186 

Joseph 186 

Sarah 186 

William 186 
WOODMAN Edward 322 

Elijah Franklin 322 
WOODRUFF Ann 29 

Hannah 186 

John 29 

Joseph 183 185 196 
WOODS Abigail Locke 211 

Charles 211 

Charlotte 239 

Cornelia M. 39 

Daniel B. 205 

Dorothy 239 

Edward 39 

Eleanor 149 

Elizabeth 239 

Eunice 239 

Hannah Elizabeth 205 



WOODS cont'd 

J. 239 

Jessie Alice viii 

John 239 

Jonathan 239 

Lydia 239 

Melicent 239 

Paul 239 

Phebe 239 

Relief 239 

Silas 239 
WOODSIDE Elbridge G. 213 

Louisa 213 
WOODSOME Andrew Jackson 
Ixxvi 

Clara Willma xxxv Ixxvi 

Lucretia Ixxvi 

Peter Ixxvi 
WOODWARD Woodard 

Abel 197 258 

Abigail 305 

Adelaide 246 

Alice 246 

Alice Elizabeth 246 

Amasa 308 

Amelia A. 103 

Anna 305 

Asa 197 

Azubah 305 

Clarence Richardson 246 

Cora xxv 

Cora Talmadge 64 

Ebenezer 306 

Eliphas 308 

Elizabeth 197 

Ernest B. 103 

Ernest Colesworthy 246 

Frank Ernest 243 244 245 246 
317 v vii xi 

Fred E. 246 

George Smith 76 xxvi 

Henry 305 307 

Isabel 246 

James 243 

Jemima 197 

Jerusha Baker 243 

John 197 

Lavinia 243 244 

Lawrence Erskine 246 

Lena May 103 

Lydia 308 

Maria Isabel 246 

Mary 197 24(5 

Nathaniel 197 243 

O. B. 103 

Orator F. (Mrs.) xxv 

Oscar F. 103 

Rebecca 197 

Robert 243 

Samuel 243 

Samuel Walter 246 

Sarah 197 243 

Sidney Chaffin 246 

Stanley Wingate 246 

Susannah 307 

Tabitha 197 258 
WOOLLEY Wollage Wooledge 

35 37 38 39 

Aaron Burr 35 

Abigail 31 35 37 

Ada 39 

Adam 29 

Adelaide J. 37 

Adeline 38 

Albert L. 40 

Alfred 36 

Almira 34 

Almiranda 37 

Amasa 34 35 

Amasa W. 37 

Amos 320 

Ann 29 35 

Ann Eliza 38 

Anna B. 38 

Anna Gates 34 



WOOLLEY cont'd 
Arthur H. 39 
Asa 34 
Asa A. 35 
Augustus 34 35 
Azuba 35 
Benjamin H. 38 
Benjamin O. 38 
Betsey 33 34 35 
Boyd 40 
Caleb M. 39 
Charles 38 320 
Charles B. 35 
Charles E. 39 
Charles H. 38 
Charlotte 37 
Christopher 29 30 
Clarence C. 38 
Cora M. 37 
Cornelia M. 39 
Cynthia P. 36 38 
Daniel 35 
Daniel B. 37 
Daniel Mason 37 39 
David 33 319 320 
Dion E. 40 
Dorothy 31 
Dwight E. 40 
E. H. 38 
Edward 29 36 
Eleanor O. 39 
Eleanor Pilcher 40 
Eleazer B. 36 
Elbert B. 38 
Elias S. 36 38 
Elijah 33 

Elisabeth 30 31 37 
Eliza 35 38 
Elizabeth 29 
Ella J. 38 
Ellen M. 39 
Elliott Joseph 37 40 
Elmon 36 
Emanuel 29 
Emeline A. 35 
Emeline R. 37 
Emily 38 
Emma J. 39 
Emma Pay 40 
Ephraim 35 
Estelle S. 40 
Esther 33 
Esther M. 39 
Eunice 30 33 
Evangeline 39 
Evelyn G. 37 
Flagg 36 
Flavilla 36 
Florence E. 39 
Frances 320 
Francina 39 
Francis 320 
Frank 39 
Fred H. C. 37 
Freda F. 40 

George Benjamin B. 38 
George G. 38 
George S. 40 
Gertrude A. 40 
Grace 29 
H. D. 37 

Hannah 29 31 32 33 34 37 
Hannah Sprague 320 321 
Harrison J. 38 
Henry J. 35 
Herbert O. 37 
Irene Cynthia 40 
Isabel 38 
Isabel E. 37 
Isabel F. 37 
Isabella Z. 38 
James 35 37 
James W. 40 
Jane 38 
Jennie A. 40 



VOL. LXXV. 



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Index of Persons 



WOOLLEY cont'd 

JeBse E. 40 

Joel 37 

John 29 30 31 32 33 35 37 

John B. 35 

John H. 37 

Jonathan 31 33 34 319 320 

Joseph 29 30 31 32 33 35 37 
319 320 

Joseph P. 38 

Julia Ann 37 

Leila 29 

Livernia 38 

Loanthe 37 

Louis 39 

Louis N. 40 

Louisa M. 37 

Lucinda 34 

Lucius E. 39 

Lucius Jason 37 39 

Lucius O. 40 

Lucy 31 32 35 37 

Lucy Relief 320 

Luseba 36 

Lydia 35 320 

Mabel A. 37 

Martha 39 

Martha D. 35 

Martha J. 40 

Mary 29 30 31 32 33 35 37 39 
319 320 

Mary Ann 34 35 38 

Mary Jane 39 

Mary Loula 38 

Mav39 

Melinda 36 

Mercy 32 

Mima 37 

Minnie 40 

Molly 33 35 

Nathan 31 32 33 35 37 

Nathan P. 37 

Nathaniel M. 35 

Olive 35 

Ossian E. 40 

P. A. 37 

Patty 34 

Phebe 29 

Phebe Maria 34 

Porter 33 

Prudence 38 

Rachel 30 31 

Rebecca 29 31 32 319 

Relief 320 

Relief WiUard 320 

Rhoda 35 

Riley 320 

Robert 29 

R^od 35 

Ruth 29 30 

Sally 31 32 33 35136 320 

Sally B. 37 

Sally P. 33 

Salome A. 39 

Samuel 30 31 33 34 36 

Sarah 29 31 32 33 34 320 

Schuyler 36 

Seraira 36 

Susan 34 40 

Susan L. 39 

Susannah 32 36 

Theodosia 30 

Thomas 30 31 32 33 34 35 
319 320 

Ursilla 29 

Victoria A. 39 

Willard 320 

William 29 37 

William E. 39 

William Wheeler 34 36 

Winslow W. 37 
WORCESTER Wooster Woeter 

Abby Betty 190 

Abel 186 189 

Abigail 182 184 185 187 189 



WORCESTER cont'd 
190 193 194 
Abijah 191 192 
Abitha 190 
Abraham 176 177 180 181 185 

187 188 194 195 
Adeline 190 
Agnes 194 

Alice 177 181 

Amos 189 195 

Amy 193 

Aner see Lurana 

Ann 179 180 181 185 193 

Anna 179 182 190 191 192 193 

195 196 
Anna Maria 196 
Anne 186 191 194 196 
Anne Matilda 196 
Antoinette 196 
Apame 183 

Arthur 179 180 182 190 
Articretia 190 
Avis 186 
Benjamin 182 186 188 190 

193 
Bennett 196 
Betsey 184 190 192 194 
Caroline 196 
Charity 188 190 196 
Charles Whiting 187 
Clarintha 185 
Clarissa 191 196 
Clarissa Washburn 192 
Clark 192 
Damaris 179 
Daniel 179 183 189 193 
David 175 176 178 180 181 

184 185 186 189 190 193 

Ixxxiv 
Deborah 180 185 
Diantha 190 
Dorcas 184 
Dorothy 195 

Ebenezer 177 182 183 188 192 
Edward 175 176 179 181 184 

185 
Elam 190 
Eleanor 190 
Eleaeer 179 180 193 
Elijah 188 195 
Elisha 185 
Eliza Ann 190 
Elizabeth 176 177 183 184 186 

190 191 192 194 196 
Elizabeth A. 186 
Elizabeth Ann 190 191 192 
Elizabeth Anna 193 
Elizabeth Lucia 186 
Enoch 194 

Enos 189 193 

Ephraim 189 190 195 

Esther 189 

Eunice 186 191 193 

Fanny 191 193 

Frances 190 

Freelove 184 

Grace 185 196 

Hannah 177 180 181 182 186 

191 192 193 195 
Harriet 191 194 

Henry 176 178 179 183 184 

188 191 193 194 195 
Hepsy 190 

Hester see Esther 

Hezekiah Calvin 185 

Hinman 188 189 

Huldah 189 194 

Ida C. 255 

Irene 183 

Isaac 183 184 186 189 

Jabez 184 186 

James 183 

James Doolittle 193 

Jane 182 

Jennet 190 



WORCESTER cont'd 
Jeremiah 191 
Jerusha 178 189 
Jesse 184 
Joanna 186 
Joel 189 190 

John 182 185 189 190 191 192 
John Delavan 196 
John W. 183 
John Washburn 192 
Jonah aee Jonas 
Jonas 177 182 186 
Joseph 179 180 181 184 185 

186 190 192 193 
Joseph Alva 193 
Joseph D. 195 
Joseph Lewis 190 
Joseph Lucius 186 
Josiah 189 196 
Judson 191 
Julia 190 
Larman 193 
Laura 190 
Leman 192 
Lemme 190 
Lemuel 188 190 
Lennora 193 
Levina 190 
Lewis 191 

Lois 179 182 189 192 193 
Lucinda 193 
Lucy 186 193 
Lucy Ann 186 
Lurana 179 180 
Lydia 185 187 189 
Lyman 190 191 
Lyman Atkins 189 
Mamre 196 
Marchant 194 
Marcus 196 
Margaret 182 189 
Martha 180 188 
Mary 176 178 180 181 182 

183 186 187 188 189 190 
193 195 196 

Mary Ann 189 192 

Melissa 190 

Mercy 178 181 182 195 

Micah 186 

Miles 188 

Milton 196 

Mindwell 188 

Miriam 188 

Mitty 195 

Moses 181 187 188 194 

Nancy 192 

Naomi 179 180 184 185 193 

195 
Nathan 179 186 190 102 195 
Nathan Ransom 196 
Nathaniel 181 189 196 
Ned Allen 195 
Obedience 194 
Pamela 190 
Patience 193 
Paul 183 
Persis 178 
Peter 180 182 184 
Phebe 177 183 188 189 193 

195 
Philo 196 
Philo Mills 190 
Polly 186 190 
Priscilla 186 
Rachel 188 194 195 
Rebecca 188 190 191 193 194 
Reuben Judd 185 
Roine «ee Irene 
Rosanna 189 
Roswell 190 
Russell 186 
Ruth 176 177 180 181 182 183 

184 191 192 193 
Ruth Ann 186 

Sally 183 185 186 188 190 196 



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WORCESTER cont'd 

Samuel 177 179 181 185 18(> 
189 196 

Sarah 177 179 180 181 183 
184 185 180 188 192 194 
195 

Sarah Alice 175 

Sheldon 186 

Sherman 189 

Sibyl 193 

Solomon 192 

Sophia 196 

Susannah 181 182 184 180 
189 192 193 

Sylvester 177 181 189 190 

Tabitha 176 177 179 181 

Tamar 178 

Thankful 177 190 

Thomas 170 177 179 183 187 
192 

Thomas Bishop 192 193 

Timothy 170 177 179 182 184 

Urana Hyde 193 

Ursula 184 

Wait 188 

Walter 175 179 184 

William 175 170 183 185 194 

William Duncan 194 

Zachariah 183 

Zerviah 177 195 
WORLEY Bartholomew B. 259 

Charlotte White 259 

Henry Hawes 259 

Sarah Bent 259 
WORMWOOD Andrew 113 

Bethia 111 114 122 123 311 

Daniel 311 

Eli 111 

Elizabeth 119 

Hannah 110 HI 112 113 119 
319 

Huldah 122 

James 114 

John 111 114 122 123 311 

Joseph 122 



WORMWOOD cont'd 

Sarah 122 

Thomas 110 111 112 113 119 

William 110 
WORTHEN Eliza Ann 261 

Nelson 261 
WORTHING Aaron 103 104 

Abner 103 104 

Electa M. 103 104 

Jennie D. 104 

Mary S. 103 

Rilla 104 

Robert N. 104 

Rodney C. 104 

S. Jane 104 

Sally 103 104 

W. B. 104 
Woster gee Worcester 
WRIGHT Adelaide L. Ixix 

Alfred Ixviii 

Alma Ann 104 

Azariah Ixviii 

Caleb Ixviii 

Charles iliv 

Delia M. 267 

Dorashus 104 

Elizur Ixviii 

Emily Ixviii 

Frankie 104 

Harriet S. 104 

Henry Burt 320 

Henry Parks 320 321 

Hosea 104 

Mariam 104 

Marion xliv 

Mary Anna xllv 

Olive 19 

Parks 320 

Relief WiUard 320 

Rodney Prescott xxxv Ixviii 
Ixix 

Sally 185 

Samuel 207 320 Ixviii Ixii 

Sophia B. 104 

Stephen 104 



) WRIGHT cont'd 

Tobias Alexander 81 

W. V. 104 
WROTTESLEY George 59 
WYARD Robert 291 
WYATT Wyat 

130 

James Bosley Noel 81 
WYETH Margaret 279 

Nicholas 279 
Wylett see Willett 
Wyllys see Willis 
WYMAN Loantha Ixxv 
WYTHE Wyth 

John 292 

Thomas 292 

William 291 

YALE Leroy M. (Mrs.) xciii 
YATE Yeats 

Anne 142 

John 190 
YEOMANS Yemans 

Abigail li 

Amy li 

Bina Frances lii 

Charles Chester li 

Edward li 

Elijah li 

Ella Fidelia xlviii 

Elon Leslie xlviii 

Herbert William xxxv li lii 

John li 

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LAWRENCE BRAINERD 

9 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Genealogist Family Trees Prepared 
Research Work Terms on Application 


MRS. WILLIAM S. KELSEY 

62 Allston Heights, Allston District, 
Boston, Mass. 

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Connecticut Research a Specialty 


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Sullivan. Walpole, Surry. Westmoreland. Keene, 
and other towns in Cheshire County, N. H. 
Probate and Land Records copied 


REBECCA DODD 

14 Walea Street, Dorchester, Maes. 

Genealogist 


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Portland, Me.. U. 8. A. 

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Connecticut Research a Specialty 

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Ancient Middletown and copies of over 

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BLAKE. — John Blake, "now of Wrentham, formerly of Sandwich, Mass.," in 1686, 
with Edward Pratt and others, made division of lands previously bought of John 
Wampum, alias White, then deceased (Suffolk Deeds, liber 16, p. 89). He died 25 May 
1700, and his wife Bridget died 30 May 1706. His sons were Robert, Andrew, John, 
and Isaac. He was the progenitor of most of this name in Wrentham. Whence came 
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THE REGISTER 

The New England Historical and Gene- 
alogical Register, established in 1847 and 
Jublished quarterly, in January, April, 
uly, and October. Each number contains 
eighty or more octavo pages of valuable 
and interesting matter concerning the 
History, Antiquities, Genealogy, and 
Biography of America, printed on dura- 
ble paper made especially for the Society, 
with an engraved portrait. Complete 
indexes to each volume appear with 
the January number of the following 
year. Subscription, $5.00 per year in 
advance, commencing in January. Cur- 
rent single numbers, $1.00. Supple- 
ment to April number, $1.00. Prices 
of complete sets, odd volumes, and single 
numbers quoted on application. Unobjec- 
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Consolidated Index of the New England 
Historical and Genealogical Register, Vols. 
1-50. Index of Persons (A to Z), Index of 
Subjects, and Index of Places. Price for 
the complete work, bound in cloth, 4 vols., 
$100. 

The Register with its Consolidated 
Index is indispensable to family historians, 
genealogists, and all persons seeking in- 
formation about American families. The 
number of complete sets in existence is 
limited, and their value is constantly 
increasing. 

ENGLISH RESEARCH 
Genealogical Gleanings in England, by 
Henry FitzGilbert Waters, A.M. These 
Gleanings abound in clues, which, if prop- 
erly followed up, will enable the geneal- 
ogist to pursue in the mother country 
investigations which without such aid 
would be practically impossible. 2 vols., 
1643 pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Abstracts of Wills in the Prerogative 
Court of Canterbury, at Somerset House, 
London, England. Register Soame, 1620. 
The volume contains, in 607 pages, 1366 
wills, comprising about 40,000 names of 
persons and over 10,000 names of places. 

$6.00 
Emigrants. Emigrants from England, 

1773-1776. 1913. 206 pages. $4.00 
Emigrants. List of Emigrants to America 

from Liverpool, 1697-1707. 1913. 

55 pages. $1.00 



Research in England. An essay to aid the 
student. Lea. 1905. 36 pages. $1 . 00 

VITAL RECORDS 
Massachusetts Vital Records. The 
Births, Marriages, and Deaths recorded in 
towns in Massachusetts, from their found- 
ing to the year 1850, taken from the 
original records of the town, arranged in 
alphabetical order, printed on paper made 
especially for the Society, and bound in 
cloth. These books are most useful to 
those seeking genealogical information 
about ancestors who lived in these towns. 
Published by the N. E. Hist. Gen. Society: 
Abington, 1912. 2 vols., 632 pages. $8 . 00 
Alford, 1902. 32 pages. .76 

Arlington, 1904. 162 pages. 2.25 

Becket, 1903. 98 pages. 1.25 

Bedford, 1903. 142 pages. 1.75 

Belhngham, 1904. 222 pages. 2.75 

Billerica, 1908. 405 pages. 5.25 

Bridgewater, 1916. 2 vols., 948 pages.12.00 
Brockton, 1911. 371 pages. 4.75 

Carver, 1911. 179 pages. 2.25 

Charlemont, 1917. 166 pages. 2.26 

Chester, 1911. 255 pages. 3.26 

ChOmark, 1904. 96 pages. 1.25 

Dalton, 1906. 82 pages. 1.25 

Dover, 1908. 107 pages. 1.50 

Dracut, 1907. 302 pages. 4.00 

Duxbury, 1911. 446 pages. 5.75 

E. Bridgewater, 1917. 406 pages. 5.25 
Edgartown, 1906. 276 pages. 3.50 

Foxborough, 1911. 249 pages. 3.25 

Gill, 1904. 97 pages. 1.26 

Granville, 1914. 236 pages. 3.00 

Gr. Barrington, 1904. 89 pages. 1.25 
Greenfield, 1915. 299 pages, 3.75 

Hanson, 1911. 110 pages. 1.50 

Heath, 1915. 142 pages. 1.75 

Hinsdale, 1902. 98 pages. 1.25 

Holliston, 1908. 358 pages. 4.50 

Hopkinton, 1911. 462 pages. 6.00 

Kjngston, 1911. 396 pages. 5.00 

Lee, 1903. 239 pages. 3.00 

Lincoln, 1908. 179 pages. 2.25 

Medfield, 1903. 243 pages. 3.25 

Medford, 1907. 469 pages. 6.00 

Med way, 1905. 345 pages. 4.50 

Middlefield, 1907. 138 pages. 1 . 75 

Montgomery, 1902. 66 pages. 1.50 

New Ashford, 1916. 43 pages. 1.00 

New Braintree, 1904. 163 pages. 2.25 
Newton, 1905. 521 pages. 6.50 

Norton, 1906. 405 pages. 5.25 

Palmer, 1905. 242 pages. 3.00 



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Pelham, 1902. 177 pages. $2.25 

Pembroke, 1911. 465 pages. 6.00 

Peril, 1902. 112 pages. 1.50 

Richmond, 1913. 113 pages. 1.50 

Rochester, 1914. 2 vols., 768 pages. 9.75 
Scituate, 1909. 2 vols., 909 pages. 11.50 
Shirley, 1918. 211 pages. 2.75 

Stow, 1911. 270 pages. 3.50 

Sturbridge, 1906. 393 pages. 5.00 

Sudbury, 1903. 332 pages. 4.25 

Tisbury, 1910. 244 pages. 3.25 

Tyringham, 1903. 108 pages. 1.50 

Walpole, 1902. 216 pages. 2.75 

Waltham, 1904. 298 pages. 3.75 

Washington, 1904. 57 pages. .75 

Wayland, 1910. 160 pages. 2.25 

W. Bridgewater, 1911. 222 pages. 3.00 
W. Stockbridge, 1907. 115 pages. 1.50 
Westport, 1918. 296 pages. 3.75 

Weymouth, 1910. 2 vols., 735 pages. 9.25 
Williamstown, 1907. 173 pages. 2.25 
Windsor, 1917. 153 pages. 2.00 

Worthington, 1911. 159 pages. 2.00 

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Burlington, 1915. 100 pages. 1.25 

Cambridge, 1914 and 1915. 2 vols., 

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Chelsea, 1916. 558 pages. 7.00 

Cohasset, 1916. 237 pages. 3.25 

Framingham, 1911. 474 pages. 6.00 

Hull, 1911. 75 pages. 1.25 

Natick, 1910. 249 pages. 3.25 

Northbridge, 1916. 202 pages. 3.00 

Reading, 1912. 586 pages. 7.00 

Sherborn, 1911. 229 pages. 3.00 

Uxbridge, 1916. 420 pages. 5.50 

Wakefield, 1912. 341 pages. 4.50 

Wrentham, 1910. Vol. 1 (Births) 

only, 237 pages. 3.00 

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Andover, 1912. 2 vols., 966 pages. 10.00 
Beverly, 1906 and 1907. 2 vols., 

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Boxford, 1905. 274 pages. 3.00 

Bradford, 1907. 373 pages. 4.00 

Haverhill, 1910 and 1911. 2 vols., 

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Methuen, 1909. 345 pages. 3.75 

Middleton, 1904. 143 pages. 1 . 60 

Sahsbury, 1915. 636 pages. 7.50 

Topsfield (to 1900), 1903 and 1916. 

2 vols., 509 pages. 5.50 

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BIOGRAPHIES 
Memorial Biographies of Deceased 
Members of the New England Historic 



Genealogical Society, Vols. 1-9, con- 
taining memoirs of members who died 
previous to 1890. This series of volumes 
is replete with historic and biographic lore, 
of constantly increasing value — great 
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Davidson. Reminiscences of John Da- 
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16 pages. $0.76 

Ensign. Memoir of Charles Sidney En- 
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with portrait and autograph. $0 . 50 

Gay. Memoir of Frederick Lewis Gay, 
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portrait and autograph. $0 . 60 

Sanborn. Memoir of Franklin Benja- 
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pages, with portrait and autograph. $0 . 60 

Standish. Graves of Myles Standish. 
Huiginn. 1914. 218 pages. Cloth. $1.60 

Tucker. Life of Commodore Samuel 
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Cloth. $3.00 

Waters. Memoir of Henry FitzGilbert 
Waters, A.M. Hosmer. 1914. 17 pages, 
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Ainsworth. Ainsworth families in Amer- 
ica. Parker. 1894. 212 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Andrews. John' Andrews of Ipswich, 
Mass., and Norwich, Conn,, and some 
of his descendants. Goodell. 1916. 
30 pages. $1.60 

Bacon. Michael Bacon of Dedham, 1640, 
and his descendants. Baldwin. 1916. 
420 pages. Illus. Folding geneal. 
tab. Cloth. $8.00 

Batchelder. Batchelder, Batcheller gene- 
alogy. Descendants of Rev. Stephen 
Bachiler of New Hampton, N. H., and 
Joseph, Henry, Joshua, and John 
Batcheller of Essex Co., Mass. Pierce. 
1898. 623 pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Bates. Genealogy of the descendants of 
Edward Bates of Weymouth, Mass. 
Bates. 143 pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Belcher. The Belcher families in New Eng- 
land. Bartlett. 1906. 32 pages, $1.60 

Belknap. The EngUsh ancestry of Abra- 
ham Belknap. Belknap. 1914. 20 
pages, $0.76 

Benton. Caleb Benton and Sarah Bishop, 
their ancestors and their descend- 
ants. Benton. 1906. 92 pages. 
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Blake. Increase Blake of Boston, his an- 
cestors and descendants. Blake. 1898. 
147paees. Cloth. $2.00 

Brooks. The Brooks family of Woburn, 
Mass. Cutter and Loring. 1904. 
20 pages. $1.00 

Cotton. The Cotton family of Ports- 
mouth, N. H. Cotton. 1905. 26 
pages. $1 . 25 

Curtis. The family of Henry Curtis of 
Sudbury, Mass. Woods. 1907. 10 
pages. $0 . 50 

Cushman. Genealogy of the descendants 
of Robert Cushman, the Puritan. 
Cushman. 1855. 665 pages. Half 
mor. $10.00 

Cutter. Supplement to the history of the 
Cutter family of New England. Cutter. 
1875. 67 pages. $1.50 

Dam. Some descendants of Deacon John 
Dam of Dover, N. H., 1633. Scales. 
1911. 14 pages. $0.75 

Darby-Derby. John Darby of Marblehead, 
Mass., and his descendants. Five gen- 
erations. Derby. 7 pages. $0.50 

Davis. Dolor Davis. A sketch of his 
life with a record of his earlier de- 
scendants. With supplement. Davis. 
1881. 46 pages. $3.00 

Dc Blois. De Blois family of Boston. 
Eaton. 1913. 15 pages. $0.75 

Dewing. Descendants of Andrew Dewing 
of Dedham, Mass. Dewing 1904. 
165 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Dodge. The descendants of Tristram 
Dodge. Woodward. 1904. 233 
pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Dows (Dowse). The Dows or Dowse 
family in America. Dows. 1890. 
348 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Eames. Robert Eames of Woburn, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Loring. 
1908. 17 pages. $0.75 

Eastman. History and genealogy of 
Deacon Joseph Eastman of Hadley, 
Mass. Eastman. 1908. 262 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Felton. A genealogical history of the 
Felton family: descendants of Lieut. 
Nathaniel Felton of Salem. Felton. 
1886. 260 pages. $3.00 

Field. Record of the Field family in 
America prior to 1700. Emigrant 
ancestors in Mass., R. I., N. Y., N. J., 
N. H., and Va. Descendants of the 
English branch whose ancestor was 
from Alsace-Lorraine. Pierce. Vol. 2, 
1901. 1196 pages. Cloth. $15.00 

Finney. The Finney family of Bristol, 
R.I. Clark. 1906. 13 pages. $0.75 



Floyd. The Floyd 

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family of Rumney 

Floyd. 1909. 15 

pages. $0 . 75 

Foster. Record of the posterity of Reg- 
inald Foster, an early inhabitant of 
Ipswich, Mass. Pierce. 1899. 1081 
pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Gage. Some descendants of John Gage 
of Ipswich, Mass. Gage. 1908. 
12 pages. $0.75 

Gerrish. The Gerrish family of Boston 
(Family of Capt. John Gerrish). 
Eaton. 1913. 11 pages. $0.75 

Getchell. The family of Samuel Getchell 
of Salisbury, Mass. Getchell. 1909. 

10 pages. $0.50 
Gillson or Jillson. Genealogy of the 

Gillson and Jillson family. Jillson. 
1876. 266 pages. Cloth. $2.50 

Grosvenor. The English Home and An- 
cestry of John Grosvenor of Roxbury, 
Mass. Kent. 1918. 13 pages. 

$1.00 

Hale. The Hale family of Connecticut. 
Morris. 1907. 13 pages. $0.76 

Harris. Robert Harris and his descend- 
ants, with notices of the Morey and 
Metcalf famihes. Harris. 1861. 66 
pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Harrison. Five generations of Connecti- 
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pages. $1.00 

Haynes and Noyes. Descendants of 
Walter Haynes and Peter Noyes 
of Sudbury, Mass. Newell. 1893. 
5 pages. $0.50 

Hill. John Hill of Dorchester, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Bart- 
lett. 1904. 22 pages. $1.00 

Hills. Ancestry and descendants of Wil- 
Uam Hills, emigrant in 1632, and of 
Joseph Hills, emigrant in 1638. Hills. 
148 pages. $3.00 

Hohnes. The descendants of George 
Holmes of Roxbury, Mass., and John 
Hohnes of Woodstock, Conn. Gray. 
432 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Huckins. Huckins family: Robert Huckins 
of the Dover Combination and some 
of his descendants. Hardon. 1916. 

11 +192 pages. Cloth. $6.60 
Huntoon. PhiUp Hunton and his de- 
scendants. Hun toon. 1881. 113 
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Jones. Hugh Jones of Salem, Mass., 
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Kimber. Descendants of Richard Eamber 
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Lakin. The Lakin family of GrotxDn, Mass. 
Manning. 1909. 11 pages. $0.75 

Lawrence. Historical sketches of some 
members of the Lawrence family. 
Lawrence. 1888. 215 pages. Cloth. 

$3.50 

Lay. The descendants of Robert Lay of 
Saybrook, Conn. Hill. 1908. 13 
pages. $0.75 

Levet. Thomas Levet of Exeter and 
Hampton, N. H., with notes on the 
Enghsh and American famihes of 
Levett and Leavitt. Sanborn. 1913. 

21 pages. $1.00 
Lillibridge. Thomas Lillibridge of New- 
port, R. I., and his descendants. 
Eno. 1909. 11 pages. $0.75 

Livermore. The Livermore family of 
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Luddington. WiUiam Luddington of Mai- 
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and his descendants. Shepard. 1904. 
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Manning and Whitfield. Notes on the 
Manning family of co. Kent, Eng., 
with additional notes on the Waters, 
Proctor, and Whitfield families. Wa- 
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Moore. Some descendants of John 
Moore of Sudbury. Bolton. 1'904. 

22 pages. $1.00 
Oak. Family register of Nathaniel Oak 

of Marlborough, Mass. Oak. 1906. 
84 pages. $1.00 

Page. Table showing ancestors and de- 
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1819) of Bedford, Mass. Chart. 
1899. $1.00 

Palmer. Some descendants of William 
Palmer of Watertown, Mass., and 
Hampton, N. H. Palmer. 1914. 
4 pages. $0.50 

Parish. John Parish of Groton, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Parish. 
1909. 12 pages. $0.75 

Partridge. William Partridge of Med- 
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Partridge. 1909. 8 pages. $0.50 

Patten. Patten Genealogy: WilHam Pat- 
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Savage. Major Thomas Savage of Boston 
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Seymour. The English home and ances- 
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Sherburne. Some descendants of Henry 
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Sprague. The brothers Ralph and WiUiam 
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Stanwood. A history of the Stanwood 
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